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Top November Stories: Kennedy Property, Comstock Win, Death Ruling and More

Rounding up the top stories from November on McLean Patch.

Democrat Terry McAuliffe waits backstage while his wife introduces him before giving his victory speech in the Virginia governor's race at a Tysons Corner celebration. Patch file photo by Jason Spencer
Democrat Terry McAuliffe waits backstage while his wife introduces him before giving his victory speech in the Virginia governor's race at a Tysons Corner celebration. Patch file photo by Jason Spencer

The sale of a piece of McLean property once owned by Ted Kennedy was the top story on McLean Patch in November, followed by several election stories — thanks in large part to the heavily watched race between Republican Del. Barbara Comstock and her Democratic challenger, Kathleen Murphy.

Comstock held on to her seat by 422 votes.

Readers also were interested in the ongoing developments in the story of the death of a local high school student and, a separate incident, the story of a McLean man accused of killing his friend in a Silver Spring apartment. In the latter story, the two had both been honors students at Langley.

The top stories for November:

Former Ted Kennedy Property Sells for $9.5M

Virginia Election 2013 Results: McAuliffe, Cuccinelli & Sarvis Square Off for Governor

McLean High School Student's Death Ruled 'Accidental'

Virginia Election 2013: Comstock-Murphy Delegate Race, Fairfax Sheriff and More

Results for Fairfax County Sheriff Race 2013: Voters Head to the Polls

Comstock Keeps House Seat by 400 Votes

Report: Judge Refuses to Reduce Charge Against McLean Man Accused of Murder

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