Election Day 2013 is over, but the buzz surrounding several races continues today.
Democrat Terry McAuliffe defeats Republican Ken Cuccinelli to become Virginia's 72nd Governor. Many were surprised at just how close the numbers were, since pollsters predicted a runaway defeat by McAuliffe. As of this morning, McAuliffe led by 48 percent of the vote to Cuccinelli's 45.5 percent.
By a razor thin margin, Democrat Mark Herring is holding on to a majority of the vote in the Attorney General race. The latest numbers show Herring ahead of Republican candidate Mark Obenshain by only 541 votes, with only 3 precincts yet to report. A recount is likely.
And in the race for Lieutenant Governor, the largest statewide margin of victory goes to Democratic Senator Ralph Northam, defeating Republican lawyer and minister E.W. Jackson by a margin of 55.5 percent to 45.5 percent.
We'll have more detailed results and information on WVTF and RADIO IQ throughout the day.