BREAKING: Republicans Projected To Win Virginia Attorney General, Lt. Governor; Lead So Far In House Of Delegates

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Republicans are expected to dominate Virginia’s elections on Tuesday, projected to win the state’s races for governor, attorney general, and lieutenant governor. They also were ahead by a substantial margin in the number of seats won in the House of Delegates, 32-15, although that is subject to change.

Dave Wasserman of the non-partisan Cook Political Report and Decision Desk HQ called the Virginia Lieutenant Gubernatorial Election for Republican Winsome Sears, a black woman. Wasserman and Decision Desk HQ also called the Virginia Attorney General Election for Republican Jason Miyares.

Other major outlets have not yet called the races.

“Since Virginia went blue for Barack Obama in 2008, Republicans have been on a downhill slide, the pace of which quickened during President Donald Trump’s administration,” The Associated Press reported. “The GOP, which hasn’t won a statewide race in Virginia since 2009, saw its legislative majority melt away.”

Wasserman, Decision Desk HQ, and Business Insider all called the race for the state’s governorship for Republican Glenn Youngkin.

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