Central Absentee Precinct

General Elections
Rob Wittman
(Republican)
625 (62.38%)
Vangie Williams
(Democrat)
377 (37.62%)
Corey Stewart
(Republican)
563 (56.24%)
Tim Kaine
(Democrat)
415 (41.46%)
Matt Waters
(Libertarian)
20 (2.00%)
Ed Gillespie
(Republican)
360 (57.23%)
Ralph Northam
(Democrat)
261 (41.49%)
Cliff Hyra
(Libertarian)
8 (1.27%)
Jill Vogel
(Republican)
377 (60.13%)
Justin Fairfax
(Democrat)
250 (39.87%)
John Adams
(Republican)
366 (58.28%)
Mark Herring
(Democrat)
262 (41.72%)
Keith Hodges
(Republican)
378 (60.48%)
Sheila Crowley
(Democrat)
246 (39.36%)
Donald Trump
(Republican)
894 (55.60%)
Hillary Clinton
(Democrat)
623 (38.74%)
Gary Johnson
(Libertarian)
62 (3.86%)
Jill Stein
(Green Party)
13 (0.81%)
Evan McMullin
(Independent)
16 (1.00%)
Rob Wittman
(Republican)
1005 (65.30%)
Matt Rowe
(Democrat)
494 (32.10%)
Gail Parker
(Independent)
40 (2.60%)
Keith Hodges
(Republican)
159 (100.00%)
Tommy Norment
(Republican)
126 (65.97%)
Hugo Reyes
(Democrat)
65 (34.03%)
Rob Wittman
(Republican)
300 (69.44%)
Norman Gardner Mosher
(Democrat)
119 (27.55%)
Gail Parker
(Independent Green)
12 (2.78%)
Ed Gillespie
(Republican)
272 (62.53%)
Mark Warner
(Democrat)
155 (35.63%)
Robert Sarvis
(Libertarian)
8 (1.84%)
Ken Cuccinelli
(Republican)
219 (54.21%)
Terry McAuliffe
(Democrat)
153 (37.87%)
Robert Sarvis
(Libertarian)
28 (6.93%)
E.W. Jackson
(Republican)
216 (53.60%)
Ralph Northam
(Democrat)
187 (46.40%)
Mark Obenshain
(Republican)
249 (62.09%)
Mark Herring
(Democrat)
152 (37.91%)
Keith Hodges
(Republican)
287 (73.97%)
Neena Putt
(Independent)
101 (26.03%)
Mitt Romney
(Republican)
862 (58.48%)
Barack Obama
(Democrat)
593 (40.23%)
Gary Johnson
(Libertarian)
11 (0.75%)
Jill Stein
(Green Party)
3 (0.20%)
Virgil H Goode, Jr
(Constitution Party)
3 (0.20%)
Rob Wittman
(Republican)
938 (64.91%)
Adam Cook
(Democrat)
479 (33.15%)
Gail Parker
(Independent Green)
27 (1.87%)
George Allen
(Republican)
846 (57.71%)
Tim Kaine
(Democrat)
620 (42.29%)
Keith Hodges
(Republican)
189 (79.08%)
Andrew Shoukas
(Democrat)
44 (18.41%)
Tommy Norment
(Republican)
202 (97.12%)

Strongly Republican (won by more than 10%)

Republican

Strongly Democratic (won by more than 10%)

Democratic

Strongly Independent (won by more than 10%)

Independent

Locality: Gloucester County