2016 election results: Virginias results, Virginia delegate count,Voters cast ballots,Virginia delegate allocation article Virginia’s election results are now in and there are still a lot of interesting details to be found in the state’s primary, according to CNN.
According to the Associated Press, the state has an 18.4 percent of the total vote, while Democrats have a 15.3 percent of delegates.
That means Virginia will have 16 Democratic delegates, compared to 13 for Republicans and one for Independents.
That’s a pretty large difference, which is why CNN is reporting that the winner of the Virginia primary could have more delegates than the winner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
According to the AP, there are seven delegates up in the air at this point.
Those seven delegates are: Virginia’s Republican Party chair and state party vice chair, Virginia state representative and Virginia secretary of state, and three former Virginia governors: Gov.
Terry McAuliffe, former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell, and former Gov.
Each of those governors have also endorsed presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, so that could put some pressure on those remaining seven delegates to back the presumptive nominee.
Virginia’s GOP chairman has publicly supported the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, and he has said that the party is “in the process of gathering its delegates and we’re just not quite there yet.”
It’s a bit of a stretch, but it could make for a great story to tell.