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ELECTION RESULTS: Referendum Passes in Landslide for November Elections

Follow along with the News-Press as results from Tuesday’s election are reported after polls close at 7 p.m. We’ll be updating continuously, so be sure to keep refreshing the page to get the latest election results from the vote on the referendum to move City of Falls elections to November, other F.C. ballot items and key State Senate, State Delegate, Supervisor and School Board races in Fairfax County.

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Voters cast their ballot at the Falls Church City Community Center during Tuesday’s election. (Photo: William Burke)

By almost an exact two-to-one margin, voters on a hotly-contested referendum on the ballot today in the City of Falls Church cast their ballots in favor of shifting the City’s municipal elections from May to November. What has been one of the most contentious and heavily-debated issue among civic activists in the City for over two years was not even close in the minds of the general public, the 1,738 out of 2,612 who voted “Yes” for the switch to November in today’s election. The overall turnout in the race was just over 30 percent.

Follow along with the News-Press as results from Tuesday’s election are reported below. We’ll be updating continuously, so be sure to keep refreshing the page to get the latest election results from the vote on the referendum to move City of Falls elections to November, other F.C. ballot items and key State Senate, State Delegate and School Board races in Fairfax County.

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