Toscano Wins 57th HoD Primary

In yesterday’s 57th District House of Delegates Democratic primary, former mayor David Toscano easily won the nomination with 54% of the vote. The other two candidates, developer Clement “Kim” Tingley and UVa professor Rich Collins, split the remainder, with Collins at 24% and Tingley at 22%. Turnout was, frankly, embarrassing, At 10% turnout , the district fared better than the 4% statewide, but with something closer to 25% forecast, it was a disappointment to see just 4,152 people take part in the process. Toscano will face Republican Tom McCrystal in the general election in November. Bob Gibson has the story in today’s Progress, and the State Board of Elections has the numbers.

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