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The 2014 Unofficial Dave Brat “Most Supportive County” and “Most Supportive Precinct” Awards

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Dave Brat won the 7th District of Virginia Congressional District last night with 60.92% of the vote with the Democratic challenger Jack Trammell receiving 36.88% and Libertarian James Carr at 2.09%. Interestingly, Brat won the Special Election on the same ballot with 61.8% of the vote. Apparently 673 people missed the “vote for Dave twice” instructions. About double that number (1375) voted for Trammell in the Special Election but not in the general election.

The obvious conclusion is that Republicans pay attention at double the rate of Democrats when it comes to casting votes. The fact that Al Franken won in Minnesota proves that point.

Now I haven’t coordinated the prestigious “Most Supportive”  awards with the Brat Campaign so these are completely unofficial.

And please note that these awards are based entirely on the General Election Results – not the Special Election.

Brat received 147,695 votes. The “Brat Pack” supporters who pushed Dave through the primary and the general election can be proud of that number.

A total of 242,454 votes were cast in the 7th District about 9,000 more than the last midterm election of 2010.

Most Supportive County Award

So which county delivered the most votes (by percentage) for Dave Brat?

And the winner is….

WE HAVE A TIE at 69.53%

Hanover County and New Kent County are this year’s winners!

Congratulations for the achievement.

 

Most Supportive Precinct Award

And now we will drill down to the precinct level where it gets up close and personal. Well, sort of.

First, the nominees from each county are:

Chesterfield

Precinct – 518 – MIDLOTHIAN NORTH with 73.12% for Brat.

Culpepper

Precinct – 302 – EGGBORNSVILLE with 75.04% for Brat

Goochland

Precinct – 502 – BLAIR ROAD with 78.36% for Brat

Hanover

Precinct – 404 – BLACK CREEK with 81.54% for Brat

Henrico

Precinct – 410 – MOORELAND with 73.95% for Brat

Louisa

Precinct – 601 – BUMPASS with 74.56% for Brat

New Kent

Precinct – 502 – CHICKAHOMINY RIVER with 78.36% for Brat

Orange

Precinct – 401 – FOUR WEST with 73.71% for Brat

SPOTSYLVANIA

Precinct – 401 – SUMMIT with 83.33% for Brat

RICHMOND CITY

Precinct – 106 – ONE HUNDRED SIX with 74.61%

And the Winner is…

 

And the winner is…

SPOTSYLVANIA Precinct – 401 – SUMMIT with 83.33% for Brat

Congrats and Major Bragging Rights!

Other Notable Achievements!

Henrico handed Dave 38,953 and while the total for Henrico was just under 56% of the vote gong to Brat, the county delivered the most votes to Brat overall.

Hanover County handed Dave his largest margin of victory with a 40.88% advantage over second place Trammell.

Dave Brat carried the City of Richmond!!

An impressive win and a an even more impressive effort from 7th District voters.

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog.Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

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