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1996 Virginia 2008
United States Senate election in Virginia, 2002
November 4, 2002
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Nominee John Warner Nancy B. Spannaus
Party Republican Independent
Popular vote 1,229,894 145,102
Percentage 82.6% 9.7%
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John Warner
Republican

Senator-elect
John Warner
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The Virginia United States Senate election of 2002 determined who would represent the state of Virginia as its class II member in the United States Senate. Despite have a difficult time winning re-election in 1996, no Democrat challenged moderate Republican John W. Warner. He won by a landslide and won every single county and city in the state with over 60% of the vote.

Results

United States Senate election in Virginia, 2002[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican John W. Warner 1,229,894 82.6%
Independent Nancy B. Spannaus 145,102 9.7%
Independent Jacob G. Hornberger, Jr. 106,055 7.1%
Independent Write-in candidates 8,371 0.6%
Invalid or blank votes  %
Totals - 100.00%
Voter turnout -%
Republican gain from Democratic

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