n spite of spending more than Creigh Deeds and Brian Moran put together, Terry McAullife scored only 26 percent of the vote in the primary that Virginia’s Democrats held to determine who their candidates for governor and lieutenant governor would be. Last Tuesday's primary results in the Bedford area were much like those in the rest of the state.
Bedford County saw 1,635 people cast ballots, according to Barbara Gunter, the county’s registrar. Creigh Deeds got 1,001 votes while McAullife got 453. Moran came in a distant third with 152 votes.