This is probably the first in a series.
The Virginia Board of Elections rule allowing officials to count ballots that arrived without a postmark up to three days after the election was illegal, a state judge ruled....
...On Oct. 28, one week before the Nov. 3 federal elections, Eldridge blocked the law due to the PILF lawsuit. Virginia was therefore prevented from counting late ballots without postmarks, PILF spokesperson Logan Churchwell told the Daily Caller News Foundation....
Unlike in Wisconsin, the court upheld the law.
Here, courts flat-out ignore the LEGAL REQUIREMENT to flush 200,000++ 'voters' from rolls after a few years.
And we await a signature-audit of absentee votes (many of which are included in that 200K).
But the election was "fraud-free." Yup.
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