Who Won Virginia Elections in 2010?
Eight of Virginia's 11 incumbent Congressmen were re-elected in 2010. The other three incumbents were all Democrats who lost to Republicans.
In the 2nd District Scott Rigell defeated Democrat Glenn Nye. In the 9th District Morgan Griffith knocked off Democrat Rick Boucher.
The closest race was in the 5th District where Robert Hurt (pictured) won over Tom Perriello with 50.8% of the vote.
|1st District||Rob Wittman||REP||Incumbent||63.9%|
|2nd District||Scott Rigell||REP||53.1%|
|3rd District||Bobby Scott||DEM||Incumbent||70.0%|
|4th District||Randy Forbes||REP||Incumbent||62.3%|
|5th District||Robert Hurt||REP||50.8%|
|6th District||Bob Goodlatte||REP||Incumbent||76.3%|
|7th District||Eric Cantor||REP||Incumbent||59.2%|
|8th District||Jim Moran||DEM||Incumbent||61.0%|
|9th District||Morgan Griffith||REP||51.2%|
|10th District||Frank Wolf||REP||Incumbent||62.9%|
|11th District||Gerry Connolly||DEM||Incumbent||49.2%|