Karrie Delaney (D 67th)

Karrie Delaney (D 67th)

Democrat Karrie Delaney declared victory in her reelection campaign for the Virginia House of Delegates 67th District on Tuesday, topping Republican challenger Bob Frizelle.

Delaney was carrying the District with 60.5% of the vote, to Frizelle’s 39.4% as of 10:20 p.m., according to the Virginia Department of Elections.

The 67th District contains parts of Fairfax and Loudoun Counties, including South Riding on the Loudoun side.

Delaney was unopposed for the district’s House seat in 2019. She first won election there in 2017, defeating then-Republican incumbent Jim LeMunyon by almost 5,000 votes.

“I’m proud that the Virginians I’ve worked so hard for have chosen me to be their representative again for the next two years by an overwhelming margin,” Delaney wrote in a tweet declaring her victory.

“I plan to work hard these next two years to show that your support is justified, and want to let every constituent know that I am here to serve and be a resource for the community,” she added.

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