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Virginia: election irregulaties in Virginia could decide the Senate race

Spencer Overton writes on blackprof.com: If Democrats squeak by in Montana, election irregularities and suppressive voting rules in Virginia could determine which party controls the U.S. Senate. With 99% of the votes tallied, Webb led by about 7,800 (of 2.3 million) -- less than three-tenths of a percent. ...

Virginians faced a variety of issues, including

*voter deception

*restrictive state voting laws

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