VA Primary Results, MSNBC Mocks Voters And Biden Apologizes

Last Tuesday, Virginia held it’s “open” presidential primary, which allows any registered voter to cast a ballot in either party’s election. While Donald Trump won overall in the state, Nikki Haley won in the 8th and 11th congressional districts that cover Arlington and most of Fairfax County. Donald Trump will receive 33 delegates and Nikki Haley earned 6 delegates. You can see the results from our local precincts on the Office of Elections site HERE.

VPAP, which provides excellent non-partisan data on Virginia elections, has a breakdown of the votes which showed a significant difference turnout between the two political parties: 2024 presidential primary turnout. The Federalist’s Brianna Lyman covered the impact of donor support and cross-over voting in our open primary with her article, Democrat Donors, Voters Weren’t Enough To Save Haley From Embarrassing Virginia Defeat.

MSNBC’s Psaki And Maddow Mock Virginia Voters

During MSNBC’s Super Tuesday election coverage, former White House press secretary Jen Psaki and co-host Rachel Maddow mocked Virginia voters, who indicated in polls that illegal immigration was their top issue. The National Review has the story here, Rachel Maddow, Jen Psaki Mock Voter Concerns About Illegal Immigration During Super Tuesday Panel.

Immigration remained in the headlines after President Biden’s State of the Union address on Thursday night. During his speech, President Biden referred to the suspected killer of University of Georgia nursing student Laken Riley as an “illegal immigrant”, but on Friday, after intense criticism from the radical left wing of the Democrat Party, he apologized for using the word “illegal” instead of “undocumented”. CBS News has more on the story here, Biden Says Regrets Using Term Illegal Describe Suspected Killer Laken Riley

What Can You Do?

Fairfax County Congressional Representatives Don Beyer (8th District) and Gerry Connolly (11th District) both voted “no” on a recent bill to make a DUI charge grounds for deportation of an illegal immigrant. Call their offices or send an email to let them know your views on this important issue! Virginia holds elections every year, and both Beyer and Connolly, as well as Senator Tim Kaine, will be up for re-election this fall. Candidates for Congress and US Senate will be decided by a primary on June 18th. Get all the primary election details and your custom sample ballot at

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