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Here's who won local elected positions for each Hampton Roads city

There were lots of hyper-local races in Hampton Roads that didn't get much media coverage, but they can still make a world of difference.

NORFOLK, Va. — Virginia's 2021 election had a lot going on for the top of state government. 

Voters chose Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin, a political newcomer, to be their next governor (over Democratic former governor Terry McAuliffe).

Around lunchtime on Wednesday, the lieutenant governor and attorney general's races were still too close to call.

ELECTION RESULTS: Click here for results of Virginia and North Carolina elections

There were lots of hyper-local races in Hampton Roads that didn't get much media coverage, but they can still make a world of difference for how people live their day-to-day lives.

The election results haven't been certified yet, and the State Election Board won't do that until Nov. 15, but most races had someone clearly in the lead with most votes counted the day after the election.

Here are the projected winners for Hampton Roads' local elected positions:

Chesapeake (65 of 66 precincts reporting)

  • Commissioner of Revenue: Victoria Profit (with 83.4% of the votes)
  • Commonwealth’s Attorney: Matthew "Matt" Hamel (55.6%)
  • Sheriff: Jim O'Sullivan (97.3%)
  • Treasurer: Barbara Carraway (64.7%)

Franklin (8 of 9 precincts reporting)

  • Commissioner of Revenue: Selenia Boone (98.2%)
  • Treasurer: Dinah Babb (98.5%)

Gloucester (13 of 14 precincts reporting)

  • Clerk of Court: Cathy Dale (99.6%)
  • School Board member at large: Kellie Lockerby (99.4%)
  • School Board member Petsworth district: Karen Espinoza (52.4%)
  • School Board member York district: Carlton Drew (52.4%)
  • Board of Supervisors member at large: Kevin Smith (56.8%)
  • Board of Supervisors Petsworth district: Ken Gibson (63.1%)
  • Board of Supervisors York district: Phillip Bazzani (98.9%)

Hampton (32 of 33 precincts reporting)

  • Commissioner of Revenue: Ross Mugler (97.7%)
  • Commonwealth’s Attorney: Anton Bell (97.7%)
  • Sheriff: Karen Bowden (97.3%)
  • Treasurer: Chris Snead (97.9%)

Isle of Wight (16 of 17 precincts reporting)

  • Board of Supervisors member Carrsville district: Don Rosie II (96.4%)
  • Board of Supervisors member Hardy district: Rudolph Jefferson (96.1%)
  • School Board member Carrsville district: John Collick Jr. (97.8%)
  • School Board member Hardy district: Michael Cunningham (61.5%)

Newport News (47 of 48 precincts reporting)

  • Commissioner of Revenue: Tiffany Boyle (98.4%)
  • Commonwealth's Attorney: Howard Gwynn (98.1%)
  • Sheriff: Gabe Morgan (98.1%)
  • Treasurer: Marty Eubank (98.1%)

Norfolk (50 of 51 precincts reporting)

  • Commissioner of Revenue: Blythe Scott (49.9%)
  • Commonwealth's Attorney: Ramin Fatehi (95.7%)
  • Sheriff: Joseph "Joe" Baron (75.4%)
  • Treasurer: Daun Sessoms Hester (97%)

Poquoson (5 of 6 precincts reporting) 

  • Commissioner of Revenue: Joseph "Joe" Coccimiglio (98.4%)
  • City Council member Central district: Keith Feigh (97.6%)

Portsmouth (33 of 34 precincts reporting)

  • Commissioner of Revenue: F. D. "Frankie" Edmondson (97.8%)
  • Commonwealth’s Attorney: Stephanie Morales (93.9%)
  • Sheriff: Michael Moore (75.4%)
  • Treasurer: Paige Cherry (97.5%)
  • City Council member: Christopher Woodard Jr. (52.1%)
  • School Board member: Melvin Cotton, Jr. (63.7%)

Suffolk (29 of 30 precincts reporting)

  • Commissioner of Revenue: Susan Draper (98.4%)
  • Commonwealth's Attorney: Narendra Pleas (51.9%)
  • Sheriff: E. C. Harris (98.3%)
  • Treasurer: Ronald Williams (77.6%) 
  • School Board member Sleepy Hole borough: Heather Howell (54.9%)

Surry (8 of 9 precincts reporting)

  • Board of Supervisors member Carsley district: Ronald Howell, Jr. (97.6%)

Virginia Beach (102 of 103 precincts reporting)

  • Commissioner of Revenue: Philip Kellam (56%)
  • Commonwealth’s Attorney: Colin Stolle (97.3%)
  • Sheriff: Kenneth "Ken" Stolle (63.1%)
  • Treasurer: V. Leigh Henderson (62.6%)

Williamsburg (4 of 5 precincts reporting)

  • Commissioner of Revenue: Lara Overy (96.4%)

York County (15 of 16 precincts reporting)

  • Board of Supervisors member for District 4: G. Stephen Roane, Jr. (96.8%)

If you want to dig deeper into how specific cities and counties voted in Virginia's Nov. 2 election, you can do so here. 

There were also two referenda that were reviewed by voters in local areas in this election:

Mathews County

  • "Shall the Mathews County Board of Supervisors relocate the Soldier's & Sailor's Monument located at the comer of Court and Church Streets on the Historic Court Green?" This measure was rejected. Of the votes that have been counted so far, 80.1% of people voted "no" to this.

Virginia Beach

"Shall the City of Virginia Beach issue general obligation bonds in the maximum amount of $567,500,000 pursuant to the City Charter and the Public Finance Act to fund the design and construction of flood mitigation measures as part of a comprehensive flood protection program?" (The official wording includes many locations this would apply to.) This measure passed. Of the votes that have been counted so far, 72.7% of people voted "yes" to this.

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