Dems Accused Of Trying To Steal Election Through False Assertions

Virginia election officials say dozens of voters were wrongly assigned ballots in a district that could determine party control in the House of Delegates. The State Board of Elections has now voted to temporarily put off certifying two House district elections over concerns that voters in the 28th District were given ballots for the neighboring 88th district instead. Control of the state House may hinge on the outcome of the 28th district, where Republican Bob Thomas leads Democrat Joshua Cole by 82 votes. Department of Elections Commissioner Edgardo Cortes said that his staff had identified 83 voters from the 28th District who were wrongly listed and that there could be more.
Republican Party of Virginia Executive Director John Findlay however, is accusing election officials of using trumped up concerns to try to steal the election.