Election 2020

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Unlike some other states, Virginia law allows election officials to start processing absentee ballots before Election Day. But, the tabulation of votes won't start until after the polls close.

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There’s a lot more on the ballot than the presidential race. Voters will also consider a constitutional amendment creating a new mapmaking commission to draw political boundaries.

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A judge in the Shenandoah Valley ruled that registrars cannot count ballots received after Election Day if they are missing information indicating when they are mailed. The ruling strikes part of new voting regulations.

Christopher Newport University

Virginia is not among the Presidential swing states that are getting all the time and attention right now. And Michael Pope reports on a new poll that might show why.

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Election Day is one week away, but Virginians have been voting for a while. Almost two million votes have already been cast.

 

Here’s a preview of what voters can expect on election night and potentially the days following. 

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