Democratic Party of Virginia - 2010 Special Elections

2010 Special Elections

On January 12, 2010, in a special election for the 37th State Senate district, Democrat Dave W. Marsden beat Republican Steve M. Hunt by a 327 vote margin. In the 8th State Senate district, Republican Jeff L. McWaters beat Democrat William W. "Bill" Fleming by a vote of 78-21%.

On March 2, 2010, Democrat Eileen Filler-Corn defeated Republican Kerry D. Bolognese in a special election for the 41st House of Delegates district in Fairfax County to fill Marsden's seat, by 37 votes, out of 11,528 cast. She was sworn in on March 3, 2010 after her opponent dropped his plans to request a recount.

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