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Virginia election 2013: Results from governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general races

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(WJLA) - Our interactive maps will track election returns from across the Commonwealth of Virginia for the biggest races of the evening - governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general.

Click here for a full list of election results.

Click on each of the counties and cities below to see specific results from that jurisdiction. A county lit up in red means the Republican candidate won that area, while a county in blue means the Democratic candidate won.

In each case, the darker the color, the more decisive the victory in that county and city. Counties will remain gray until election returns are entered.

PRECINCTS REPORTING: 99.51 percent

Virginia governor: Terry McAuliffe (D) vs. Ken Cuccinelli (R) vs. Robert Sarvis (L)

Virginia lieutenant governor: Ralph Northam (D) vs. E.W. Jackson (R)

Virginia attorney general: Mark Herring (D) vs. Mark Obenshain (R)

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