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Cicero

The account of Delegate Plum's early electoral history here is inaccurate.

The last countywide election of Delegates took place in 1969, many years before Ken Plum's first race.

In the five elections from 1971 to 1979, Fairfax County's Delegates were elected in two multi-member districts, one in the northern half of the county and one in the southern half. After an unsuccessful race in 1975, Plum was elected in 1977 and defeated for re-election in 1979.

In 1981, Fairfax County Delegates were elected from four three-member districts. Plum won one of the three seats in the northwestern quadrant of the County.

Since the special 1982 Delegate election, when single-member seats were first adopted, Plum has represented the Reston area seat.

Dandem75

So Ben, when do we get to LeMunyon and subsequent delegates?

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