Howell, Dudenhefer Win Republican Primary
By Susan Larson
Incumbent Bill Howell has won the Republican primary for the Virginia House of Delegates District 28, with 62.08 percent of the vote. Mark Dudenhefer won in District 2. He received 1,593 votes (59.48 percent) to 1,085 votes (40.52 percent) for Timothy Ciampaglio.
Here are all the local race results. Bold indicates the unofficial winner, since state results are unofficial until certified by the State Board of Elections (SBE).
House of Delegates District 2 (Republican) — 100 percent
L. Mark Dudenhefer, 1,593
Timothy J. Ciampaglio, 1,085
House of Delegates District 28 (Republican) — 100 percent
William J. Howell, 4,746
Susan B. Stimpson, 2,899
Stafford Clerk of Court (Republican) — 100 percent
Kathy M. Sterne, 5,392
Darrell E. English, 3,993
Jim J.R. Fry, 1,243
Stafford Commonwealth’s Attorney (Republican) — 100 percent
Eric L. Olsen, 6,354
Jason M. Pelt, 4,401
Stafford Board of Supervisors, Rock Hill (Republican) — 100 percent
Wendy E. Maurer, 897
Adela C. Bertoldi, 765
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