Results: Alexandria City Council Race
Alexandria City Council drew 13 candidates vying for six seats. Here’s a look at the six who got the most votes in the race.
Here’s a look at how they fared on Tuesday.
Those in bold and italics are the top six voters who will be on the ballot in November along with a handful of Republican and Independent candidates.
- Canek Aguirre (titular): 9.95
- Sarah R. Bagley: 8.91
- William E. “Bill” Campbell: 5.55
- John Taylor Chapman (incumbent): 12.07
- Alyia Smith-Parker Gaskins: 11.96
- Kevin J. Harris: 6.56
- Amy B. Jackson (incumbent): 11.03
- James C. Lewis Jr .: 5.93
- Kirk McPike: 7.23
- Patrick B. Moran: 5.56
- William C. “Bill” Rossello: 5.69
- Mark Leo Shiffer: 3.66
- Meronne E. Teklu: 5.89
All incumbents (Aguirre, Chapman and Jackson) received enough votes on Tuesday to participate in the November general election ballot. Other city council members who did not run this year were Del Pepper, who announced his retirement; Elizabeth Bennett-Parker, who ran for the 45th District delegate seat and won her primary on Tuesday night; Mo Seifeldein refused to stand again.
Each voter in Alexandria could vote for a maximum of six candidates. The first six voters will go through the general elections in November; the best voter there will become vice-mayor.