- Virginia voters have spoken, and they denied Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s high stakes — and high-dollar — bid to flip the Democratic-led state Senate he has blamed for frustrating key elements of his agenda.
- Instead, Democrats appear to have gained control of the House of Delegates from Republicans.
- Unofficial results from Election Night tallies show Democrats holding a 21-19 edge in the Senate and taking back the House with a 51-49 edge.
Virginia Gov. Youngkin Gets His Clocked Cleaned As State Embraces Abortion
SMITHFIELD, VIRGINIA - OCTOBER 27: Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin speaks at a campaign rally for Republican U.S. House nominee, state Sen. Jen Kiggans on October 27, 2022 in Smithfield, Virginia. Kiggans and incumbent U.S. Rep. Elaine Luria (D-VA) are polling in a virtual tie for Virginia's 2nd Congressional District ahead of the November 8 general election. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)