The Republican presidential candidate has been a darling of the Historic Triangle for the past five decades, and Tuesday was no different.
With the fate of his presidential campaign still yet to be determined late Tuesday, Donald Trump took 50 percent (37,173) of the votes in James City and York counties and the city of Williamsburg, according to the state Department of Elections unofficial results. Hillary Clinton took 43 percent (32,113) of the votes, and the remaining candidates split the remaining 7 percent.
Even though Clinton was predicted to win Virginia late Tuesday, Trump was the clear favorite in James City and York counties.
On Tuesday, voters in the...