Skip to comments.Turnout in the richest and fastest growing county
Posted on 11/07/2006 2:18:23 PM PST by RightSideRedux
Hugh turnout in Loudoun county (turnout in 2004 was 70%).
Loudoun is outside of D.C. just beyond the "blue" suburbs.
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Hugh turnout = series problem for Webb.
In Alexandria, a liberal bastion for Jim Moran and presumably for Jim Webb, I was in and out of the polls within 5 minutes. There's never any waiting here, and I can't notice any difference in turnout compared to 2004 or 2002.
It didn't rain early enough to matter, and I voted around 10:00 AM.
How many Hughes turned out?
I voted straight Republican in Middleburg, mid afternoon. It was raining then and the turnout was light. There was no rain in the AM, so turnout may have been heavier. I hung around for awhile and watched a steady influx of voters. No one seemed to be talking to the Webb people on the curb in front!
Sorry but the North Eastern most part of the county is still part of the blue 'burbs, unfortunately.
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