Who Won Virginia Elections in 2004?
Of the eleven congressional races in Virginia, ten of them had incumbents running and they all won re-election in 2004 - including sixth district Republican Bob Goodlatte who ran unopposed. There was an open seat in District Two of Virginia which was won by Republican Thelma D Drake in the 2004 Virginia elections.
George W Bush won Virginia's 13 electoral votes in the 2004 presidential election.
|1st District||Jo Ann Davis||REP||Incumbent||78.5%|
|2nd District||Thelma Drake||REP||55.1%|
|3rd District||Bobby Scott||DEM||Incumbent||69.3%|
|4th District||Randy Forbes||REP||Incumbent||64.5%|
|5th District||Virgil Goode||REP||Incumbent||63.7%|
|6th District||Bob Goodlatte||REP||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|7th District||Eric Cantor||REP||Incumbent||75.5%|
|8th District||Jim Moran||DEM||Incumbent||59.7%|
|9th District||Rick Boucher||DEM||Incumbent||59.3%|
|10th District||Frank Wolf||REP||Incumbent||63.8%|
|11th District||Thomas Davis||REP||Incumbent||60.2%|