Fairfax County 2020 SAMPLE BALLOT ... and the Results

Fairfax County 2020 SAMPLE BALLOT ... and the Results

-- by David Swink, FCTA, 10/19/2020 ... and the results, 11/08/2020

On Nov 3 2020, Fairfax County voters will be asked to vote for U.S. President, a U.S. Senator, a U.S. Congressman (in one of three districts), two Virginia Constitutional amendments, and four bond issues. Herndon residents will also be voting for mayor and six town council slots.

The combined ballot issues are presented below, in order and in plain English. (Reference here!)


President and Vice President

( ) .. Democrat (Joseph Biden, Pres; Kamala Harris, VP) -- 227EV+ (wins in Va. via Fx Co)
( ) .. Republican (Donald Trump, Pres; Mike Pence, VP) -- 213EV+
( ) .. Libertarian (Jo Jorgensen, Pres; Jeremy Cohen, VP)
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________

For days after the presidential election, results for eight states remain in question, due to either simple delayed counting of mailed ballots or election irregularities such as manipulated voting machines, USPS backdating of mailed ballots, or lack of verification by poll watchers during the certification and counting of mailed ballots. Those states and their Electoral College votes: PA(20), MI(16), WI(10), GA(16), AZ(11), NC(15), NV(6), AK(3). Court challenges and recounts in some cases are pending.


U.S. Senate

( ) .. Democrat (Mark Warner) -- 55.9%
( ) .. Republican (Daniel Gade) -- 44.1%
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________


U.S. House of Representatives -- 8th District

( ) .. Democrat (Don Beyer) -- 76.1%
( ) .. Republican (Jeff Jordan) -- 23.9%
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________

U.S. House of Representatives -- 10th District

( ) .. Democrat (Jennifer Wexton) -- 56.5%
( ) .. Republican (Aliscia Andrews) -- 43.5%
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________

U.S. House of Representatives -- 11th District

( ) .. Democrat (Gerry Connolly) -- 71.1%
( ) .. Republican (Manga Anantatmula) -- 28.3%
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________


Herndon only -- Mayor

( ) .. Sheila A. Olem (5,138)
( ) .. Roland B. Taylor (3,152)
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________

Herndon only -- Town Council (Vote for no more than six)

( ) .. Stevan M. Porter (3,818)
( ) .. Pradip Dhakal (4,839)
( ) .. Sean M. Regan (4,713)
( ) .. Naila Alam (4,410)
( ) .. Cesar A. del Aguila (4,892)
( ) .. Signe V. Friedrichs (4,393)
( ) .. Jasbinder Singh (4,386)
( ) .. Clark A. Hedrick (3,911)
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________
( ) .. Write-in: __________________________________________________


Va. Constitutional Amendment -- Q1: Redistricting Commission

Should the Constitution of Virginia will be amended to establish a bipartisan commission, comprising eight members of the General Assembly and eight members of the public, that would draw new lines for the U.S. House of Representatives, the state Senate, and the House of Delegates election districts. The full General Assembly would vote on these lines, but could not change them. The state Supreme Court would draw the lines if the commission, or the assembly, could NOT agree.

( ) .. Yes -- Add this Redistricting Commission to the Va. Constitution (66%)
( ) .. No -- Leave redistricting to the General Assembly and the Governor

Va. Constitutional Amendment -- Q2: Disabled Veteran Vehicle Tax

Should the Constitution of Virginia will be amended to exempt one automobile or pickup truck that is owned and used primarily by or for a veteran of the United States armed forces or the Virginia National Guard who has a one hundred percent (100%) service-connected, permanent, and total disability from state and local taxation.

( ) .. Yes -- Add to the Va. Constitution (81%)
( ) .. No -- Leave out of Va. Constitution, not exempt from taxation


Fairfax County Bond Issue -- Transportation (Metro)

Shall the County go into debt for $160,000,000 to subsidize Metro?

( ) .. Yes (67.7%)
(x) .. No -- FCTA's recommendation

Fairfax County Bond Issue -- Parks

Shall the County go into debt for $112,000,000 to maintain and add to County and Regional parks?

( ) .. Yes (72.4%)
(x) .. No -- FCTA's recommendation

Fairfax County Bond Issue -- Public Libraries

Shall the County go into debt for $90,000,000 to maintain and add to public libraries?

( ) .. Yes (66.1%)
(x) .. No -- FCTA's recommendation

Fairfax County Bond Issue -- Health and Human Services

Shall the County go into debt for $79,000,000 to finance the construction and reconstruction of community centers and shelters?

( ) .. Yes (72.3%)
(x) .. No -- FCTA's recommendation

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