House of Delegate districts Standout precincts in the 2017 election written by Jeanine Martin November 24, 2017 Another interesting visualization from VPAP.org: Standout precincts in the 2017 election was last modified: November 24th, 2017 by Jeanine MartinLike this:Like Loading... 5 comments Jeanine Martin Also known as Lovettsville Lady, I am a Republican activist in the wilds of western Loudoun County. Your life will be better if you click one of these Democrat redistricting efforts backfired November 26, 2021 Counting Your Blessings November 25, 2021 Build Back Better would send billions to... November 24, 2021 A different perspective on voter turnout November 23, 2021 Virginia university promotes claim that Rittenhouse took... November 23, 2021 Here we go again November 22, 2021 Veteran Memories November 21, 2021 Sunday Memes–the innocent Klye Rittenhouse edition November 21, 2021 Kyle Rittenhouse–The fundamental issue November 20, 2021 Another Republican candidate for Congress in the... November 20, 2021 5 comments mezurak November 25, 2017 at 7:32 pm So do you think the RPV has had any analysis of the election yet? Reply John Massoud November 26, 2017 at 10:09 am 400,000 or so extra voters came out and voted D. In protest of Trump. No other way to say it Reply Andrew Olson November 26, 2017 at 3:34 pm Margin was 233,444 voters. Expecting 400,000 less voters shows something less than a firm grip on reality; The 2016 turnout was much larger than 2017, akin to the 2012 or 2008 general elections. If one in ten voters voted Rep instead of Dem, it would’ve been tied. A more granular analysis: That one person in ten was a young woman. More granular still: She’s voting Democrat again the next time, especially with wanding advocate Jill Vogel steering a party that cannot embrace rational health insurance policy. Reply John Massoud November 25, 2017 at 12:16 am I’m quite proud of how we are doing in N. Shenandoah County. Our numbers went up significantly from 2013. Just too bad we couldn’t do the same in the rest of the state Reply Harry November 29, 2017 at 6:58 pm Remember, Prince William County has more registered voters than the 36 reddest counties Reply Leave a Reply to Andrew Olson Cancel Reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.