Appomattox citizens gathered at their respective precincts to cast their votes on Tuesday, June 23.
Cameron Webb took home 66.54 percent of the vote in the Democratic Primary (100 percent of the results reported); Daniel M. Gade took home 73.21 percent of the vote in the Republican Primary (99.85 percent of results reported as of 11:32 p.m. Tuesday).
In the Democratic Primary, Appomattox voters were casting their ballot for a 5th District Representative. There were four candidates on the ballot.
Their stats across the 5th District are as follows: R.D. Huffstetler Jr. landed 5,309 votes or 9.88 percent of the votes; B. Cameron Webb landed 35,763 votes or 66.54 percent of the votes; Claire C. Russo landed 9,790 votes or 18.21 percent of the votes; and John D. Lesinski landed 2,885 votes or 5.37 percent of the votes.
In the Republican Primary, Appomattox voters were casting their ballot for a member of the U.S. Senate. There were three candidates on the ballot.
Their stats across the commonwealth are as follows: Daniel M. Gade landed 204,544 votes or 67.47 percent of the votes; Thomas A. Speciale II landed 43,807 votes or 14.45 percent of the votes; and Alissa A. Baldwin landed 54,801 votes or 18.08 percent of the votes.
Webb will run against Republican Bob Good in the November elections in an effort to win the 5th District spot. The 5th District seat is currently held by Congressman Denver Riggleman (R).
Gade will run against Democrat Mark Warner in the November elections for a seat in the U.S. senate. Warner was unopposed in the Democratic primary and is running for a third term.
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