Who Won Virginia Elections in 2014?
Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Warner (pictured) had a double digit lead in the polls in October, but barely squeaked out a victory against former Republican National Committee Chair Ed Gillespie. Warner won a second term.
7th District Representative and former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost in the Republican Primary to Dave Brat. Cantor then resigned from his seat and a special election was held in addition to the regular election to fill the remaining two months of Cantor's term. Brat easily defeated Democrat Jack Trammell in both the special and general election.
|1st District||Rob Wittman||REP||Incumbent||62.9%|
|2nd District||Scott Rigell||REP||Incumbent||58.7%|
|3rd District||Bobby Scott||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|4th District||Randy Forbes||REP||Incumbent||60.2%|
|5th District||Robert Hurt||REP||Incumbent||60.9%|
|6th District||Bob Goodlatte||REP||Incumbent||74.5%|
|7th District||Dave Brat||REP||60.8%|
|8th District||Don Beyer||DEM||63.1%|
|9th District||Morgan Griffith||REP||Incumbent||72.1%|
|10th District||Barbara Comstock||REP||56.5%|
|11th District||Gerry Connolly||DEM||Incumbent||56.9%|