Mcauliffe Won’t Enjoy the “Emergency” Election Provisions of 2020

Is Terry McAuliffe worried? | Opinions

2021-10-22 04:00:00



Dear Editor, 

A vote two weeks ago by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors may have revealed something about Democrat Gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe:  He could be worried about his electoral chances in November.  Very worried.

There is something else indicating that the McAuliffe campaign — or at least its sympathizers — is worried.

What are these two indicators?  One has to do with absentee ballot signatures, and the other has to do with the security camera on the large absentee ballot drop box outside the Fairfax County Government Center.

First, let’s consider absentee ballot signatures.  By Virginia law, each signature on an absentee ballot must have a witness, verifying that the voter is legally eligible to vote in the election.  That law was suspended temporarily during the 2020 general election due to health concerns…


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