The mood was anxious at Democrat Terry McAuliffe’s election night party in McLean, Virginia.
“I’m really anxious,” a staffer privately told The Washington Times around 8:30 p.m.
Earlier in the night, Mr. McAuliffe’s team alerted the press that they expected Mr. Youngkin to be ahead early in the night because of ballots counted in “smaller, rural, southwest counties.”
They added that there were delays in Fairfax County, one of the bluest bastions in the state.
Dave Wasserman, an editor for the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, called the race for Mr. Youngkin earlier Tuesday night.
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