Election Guide

Welcome to our Election Guide! We list everything you need to know about upcoming election and the candidates vying for seats that represents Belmont. You can also find out how to register to vote and get links to all our current representatives.

2020 Election Results

The results of the 2020 Election, shown at the Virginia and Loudoun County levels. You can see the full results at Virginia.gov.

Presidential Race

Candidate Total
Joe Biden ✓ 2,370,781 53.89%
Donald Trump 1,946,117 44.24%
Jo Jorgensen 63,957 1.45%
Write-in 18,399 0.42%
Loudoun County
Candidate Total
Joe Biden ✓ 137,827 61.52%
Donald Trump 81,837 36.53%
Jo Jorgensen 3,128 1.40%
Write-in 1,261 0.56%

U.S. Senate Race

Candidate Total
Mark Warner ✓ 2,423,362 55.78%
Daniel Gade 1,917,144 44.13%
Loudoun County
Candidate Total
Mark Warner ✓ 137,259 61.77%
Daniel Gade 84,756 38.15%

U.S. Congress - 10th District

10th District
Candidate Total
Jennifer Wexton ✓ 265,666 56.46%
Aliscia N. Andrews 204,356 43.43%

Absentee Ballots

In Virginia, all voters are authorized to request an absentee ballot due to the pandemic. Visit vote.virginia.gov to fill out the online absentee ballot application.

See Virginia Department of Elections Absentee FAQ


Question: What are the different ways I can vote in the Presidential Election?

Answer: Mike Turner, our County Supervisor, answers:

  1. Vote in person on November 3rd.
  2. Vote early in person starting on September 18th at the registrar's office on Miller Drive and, starting in early October, at early voting locations in Sterling, South Riding and Purcellville as well as Miller Drive.
  3. Vote by mail. Order your mail-in ballot online. They will be mailed to you on or just after September 18th. When you receive them, vote immediately by mail and mail them back. These must be postmarked not later than Election Day and received not later than November 6th. NOTE: I strongly recommend you NOT order a mail-in ballot then try to vote in person. It will significantly delay your ballot.
  4. The Registrar is setting up mail-in ballot drop boxes at all Loudoun County libraries. They will announce when these are set up. You can take your sealed, mail-in ballots to these drop boxes and drop them in the box. This lets you avoid the USPS completely.

Question: I received something in the mail I wasn't expecting and it looks like a ballot, is this legitimate?

Answer: No. The only exception is when you vote by mail, you will order your mail-in ballot online and they will send it after September 18th. Other than that, ignore anything you get in the mail.

Question: If I ask for an absentee ballot, am I then required to vote that way? Or can I change my mind and vote in person on Nov 3rd?

Answer: According to Mike Turner, our County Supervisor, if you do, you will delay your vote. There will be options to drop off ballots at all Loudoun County Libraries expediting the process.

Question: Last year, for the primary you could vote early by going directly to the Board of Elections and completing a ballot there and it was submitted through a voting machine. Is that possible for the Presidential election? For those who maybe choosing to vote absentee because of COVID, this may be another option.

Answer: In person absentee voting will start 30 to 45 days before November 3rd at the usual sites unless it is changed.

Question: When should I vote absentee?

Answer: You can request a mail-in ballot now, it will be mailed to you September 18th, and you can mail it back up to the deadline. We advise mailing the ballot back right away or at least two weeks before November 3rd to give it plenty of time to arrive.

Also see Virginia Elections Frequently Asked Questions

Not Sure Where to Vote?

If you are not sure which election district or precinct you live in, you can:

November 5th, 2019 Results

The election results are listed with the overall vote count as well as a breakdown of both the Newton-Lee District (814) and the Belmont Station District (820) which hold Belmont Country Club.

2019 Local Candidates - John Bell, Mike Turner, Phyllis Randall, David Reid and Sri Amudhanar

Our May 9th Meet the Candidates meeting: John Bell, Mike Turner, Phyllis Randall, David Reid and Sri Amudhanar

Virginia Senate, 13th district

Candidate Total
John Bell ✓ 35,318 55.02%
Geary M. Higgins 28,801 44.87%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
John Bell 717 53.31% 657 59.73%
Geary M. Higgins 628 46.69% 442 40.18%

Virginia House of Delegates, 32nd district

David Reid ran unopposed.

Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, At-Large Chair

Candidate Total
Phyllis J. Randall ✓ 63,182 56.67%
John C. L. Whitbeck, Jr. 43,656 39.16%
Robert J. Ohneiser (i) 4,488 4.03%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
Phyllis J. Randall 657 50.04% 614 57.71%
John C. L. Whitbeck, Jr. 618 47.07% 409 38.44%
Robert J. Ohneiser 37 2.82% 40 3.76%

Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, Ashburn district

Candidate Total
Michael R. "Mike" Turner ✓ 7,756 60.42%
D. M. "Mick" Staton Jr. 5,044 39.30%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
Michael R. "Mike" Turner 687 53.13% 641 60.70%
D. M. "Mick" Staton Jr. 605 46.79% 412 39.02%

Loudoun County Sheriff

Candidate Total
Michael "Mike" Chapman ✓ 64,644 54.65%
Justin P. Hannah 50,901 45.13%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
Michael "Mike" Chapman 823 62.16% 553 51.16%
Justin P. Hannah 501 37.84%% 528 48.84%

Ashburn School Board

Candidate Total
Harris Mahedavi ✓ 6,330 53.73%
Eric D. Hornberger 5,318 45.14%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
Harris Mahedavi 558 48.44% 565 59.66%
Eric D. Hornberger 583 50.61% 366 38.65%

Loudoun School Board at Large

Candidate Total
Denise R. Corbo ✓ 52,767 48.96%
Julia L. "Julie" Sisson 42,229 39.18%
Kenya Savage 12,445 11.55%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
Denise R. Corbo 561 43.93% 574 55.78%
Julia L. "Julie" Sisson 600 46.99% 375 36.44%
Kenya Savage 110 8.61% 77 7.48%

Commissioner of the Revenue

Candidate Total
Robert S. "Bob" Wertz, Jr. ✓ 62,277 55.42%
Sri S. Amudhanar 49,991 44.49%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
Robert S. "Bob" Wertz, Jr. 801 60.59% 559 52.15%
Sri S. Amudhanar 519 39.26% 513 47.85%


Candidate Total
H. Roger Zurn, Jr. ✓ 65,133 57.63%
Kannan Srinivasan 47,784 42.28%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
H. Roger Zurn, Jr. 822 62.08% 588 54.55%
Kannan Srinivasan 501 37.84% 490 45.45%

Commonwealth Attorney

Candidate Total
Buta Biberaj ✓ 57,673 51.17%
M. Nicole Wittmann 54,917 48.73%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
Buta Biberaj 591 44.40% 563 52.27%
M. Nicole Wittmann 739 55.52% 514 47.73%

Our Representatives

Belmont Country Club has the following representatives:

Previous Election Results

2018 U.S. Senate - Virginia

Candidate Total
Tim Kaine ✓ 1,910,370 57.00%
Corey Stewart 1,374,313 41.01%
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
Tim Kaine 1080 56.84% 998 62%
Corey Stewart 782 41.16% 558 35%

2018 U.S. Congress - 10th District

Candidate Total
Jennifer Wexton ✓ 206,356 56.11%
Barbara Comstock 160,841 43.73%
U.S. Congress - 10th District
Candidate Newton-Lee Belmont Station
Jennifer Wexton 980 51.42% 953 60%
Barbara Comstock 923 48.43% 633 39%