Josh Cole going to Richmond. Frazier makes history in Spotsy
Democrat Josh Cole beat Republican Paul Milde in the 28th House District with nearly 52% of the vote. Milde edged Cole in Stafford County but Cole had over 70% of the vote in Fredericksburg. Cole narrowly lost the seat two years ago.
In the 17th District Bryce Reeves beat Democrat Amy Laufer with 52% of the vote.
Bobby Orrock and Mark Cole also re-elected by wide margins.
In local races: In Spotsylvania, Deborah Frazier becomes the first African American elected to the Board of Supervisors. She beat incumbent Paul Trampe. Barry Jett won a three-way race in the Livingston District. McLaughlin and Ross re-elected.
On the School Board, incumbent Jim Meyer lost to 22 year old Rob Abuismail. Rita Daniels wins in Salem. Incumbents Shelly and Twigg with big wins.
In Stafford: incumbent Supervisor Jack Cavalier lost by 18 votes in Griffis-Widewater. Crystal Vanuch wins in Rock Hill. On the School Board, Randall wins in the George Washington District. Elizabeth Warner in Griffis-Widewater. Healy easily won re-election.
The Road bond easily passed in Stafford.
In King George, At-Large Supervisor Ruby Brabo lost. Chris Giles was elected Sheriff.