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Election results for Virginia's House of Representatives candidates

Here's a look at the results from the U.S. House of Representatives races in Virginia.

VIRGINIA, USA — All of Virginia's U.S. House seats were up for re-election, as well as one critical U.S. Senate seat. Virginia also voted on whether or not to create a commission to re-draw lines of congressional districts.  

In District 8, Donald Beyer, Jr., the Democratic incumbent, is the projected winner according to the Associated Press. Beyer has held this office since 2015

Robert Wittman, the incumbent for District 1, is the projected winner for District 1 in Virginia, according to AP.

Ben Cline, the incumbent in District 6, is the projected winner according to AP. Cline has held this office since 2018.

Democrat Jennifer Wexton is the projected winner for Virginia's 10th Congressional District, according to AP. Wexton has held this office since 2018.

Gerry Connolly is the projected winner for re-election to Virginia's 11th District, according to AP.

Bobby Scott is the projected winner for re-election to U.S. House in Virginia's 3rd Congressional District, according to AP.

Republican Robert Good is the projected winner in Virginia's 5th Congressional District, according to AP.

Donald McEachin is the projected winner in Virginia's 4th Congressional District, according to AP.

In District 2, Democrat Elaine Luria is the projected winner for re-election to the U.S. House in Virginia, according to AP. 

Abigail Spanberger, the incumbent in Virginia's 7th District, is declared the projected winner -- according to Virginia's Board of Elections. She has held this office since 2018.

Here's a look at the rest of the results from Virginia's House of Representative race as of early Wednesday: 

*NOTE: While many Virginia races are reporting 100% of precincts as counted, Virginia has not yet counted absentee ballots or provisional ballots, and they have until Friday, Nov. 6 to do so. Results won't be official until then.

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