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District 10: Previous Election Results

2010 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Jeff BarnettDemocratic72,60434.9%
William RedpathLibertarian4,6072.2%
Frank WolfRepublican131,11662.9%

2008 House Primary

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Judy FederDemocratic5,46261.8%
Mike TurnerDemocratic3,37738.2%

2008 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Judy FederDemocratic147,35838.9%
Neeraj NigamIndependent8,4572.2%
Frank WolfRepublican223,14158.9%

2008 House Primary

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Vern McKinleyRepublican1,5068.3%
Frank WolfRepublican16,72691.7%

2006 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Judy FederDemocratic98,76941.0%
Frank WolfRepublican138,21357.4%

2004 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
James SocasDemocratic116,65436.2%
Frank WolfRepublican205,98263.8%

2002 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
John Stevens Jr.Democratic45,46428.2%
Frank WolfRepublican115,91771.8%

2000 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Brian BrownIndependent28,1079.9%
Marc RossiIndependent16,0315.7%
Frank WolfRepublican238,81784.4%

1998 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Cornell BrooksDemocratic36,47625.2%
Robert BuchananIndependent4,5063.1%
Frank WolfRepublican103,64871.7%

1996 House General Election

CandidateParty# Votes% Votes
Robert WeinbergDemocratic59,14525.2%
Gary ReamsIndependent6,5002.8%
Frank WolfRepublican169,26672.1%

District 10: Demographics

Population643,512
Percentage of Population Age 65 and Up7.3%

Ethnicity

Percentage White80.6%
Percentage Black6.9%
Percentage American Indian / Alaska Native0.2%
Percentage Asian6.6%
Percentage Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander0.1%
Percentage Mixed Race2.5%
Percentage Other Race3.1%
Percentage Hispanic7.1%
Percentage Non Hispanic White77.2%
Percentage Non Hispanic Black6.7%
Percentage Households All Speak Language Other than English12.9%

Income

Median Household Income$71,560
Percentage Income in Poverty in 20094.4%

Energy

Percentage Homes heated by Electricity38.3%
Percentage Homes heated by Gas45.1%
Percentage Homes heated by Coal0.0%
Percentage Homes heated by Fuel Oil9.1%

Employment & Education

Percentage Employed Civilians 16-years-old and up53.7%
Percentage with a College Degree43.1%
Percentage Management or Professional Workers48.2%
Percentage Sales or Office Workers24.3%
Percentage Production or Transportation Workers7.6%

Marriage

Percentage Married Couples62.0%
Percentage Married Couples with Children33.2%
Percentage Married Couple Both Work46.8%
Percentage Unmarried Partner Households, Male living with Male0.2%
Percentage Unmarried Partner Households, Female living with Female0.3%

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Historical Election Results

2012
Nov. 6, 2012Presidental General Election
March 6, 2012Presidental Dem Primary
March 6, 2012Presidental GOP Primary
2008
Feb. 12, 2008Presidental Dem Primary
Feb. 12, 2008Presidental GOP Primary

Latest Polls View All >

Monday, November 05
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Kaine 49
Allen 47
Kaine + 2
Virginia
NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist
Kaine 49
Allen 46
Kaine + 3
Wednesday, October 31
Virginia
Roanoke College
Allen 47
Kaine 42
Allen + 5
Virginia
CBS/NYT/Quinnipiac
Obama 49
Romney 47
Obama + 2
Friday, October 19
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Obama 50
Romney 47
Obama + 3
Friday, October 12
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Romney 49
Obama 47
Romney + 2
Thursday, October 11
Virginia
CBS/New York Times/Quinnipiac
Obama 51
Romney 46
Obama + 5
Virginia
NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist
Romney 48
Obama 47
Romney + 1
Friday, October 05
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Romney 49
Obama 48
Romney + 1
Wednesday, September 19
Virginia
CBS/New York Times/Quinnipiac
Kaine 51
Allen 44
Kaine + 7
Tuesday, September 18
Virginia
Public Policy Polling
Kaine 47
Allen 46
Kaine + 1
Monday, September 17
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Kaine 47
Allen 45
Kaine + 2
Sunday, September 16
Virginia
Public Policy Polling
Obama 51
Romney 46
Obama + 5
Friday, August 24
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Allen 45
Kaine 45
Tie
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Obama 47
Romney 47
Tie
Thursday, August 09
Virginia
Rasmussen Tracking
Allen 46
Kaine 46
Tie
Wednesday, August 08
Virginia
Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS
Kaine 48
Allen 46
Kaine + 2
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Obama 48
Romney 46
Obama + 2
Virginia
Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS Poll
Obama 49
Romney 45
Obama + 4
Wednesday, July 18
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Obama 47
Romney 46
Obama + 1

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Tim Kaine

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George Allen

George Allen (R)

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George Allen, who barely lost his re-election bid in 2006, tries to recapture his seat again. It's no rematch — Sen. Jim Webb, the man beat him, is retiring. But it's still a clash of titans as former Gov. Tim Kaine, who was also chairman of the Democratic National Committee for President Obama, is running to hold the seat for his party.

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