While election officials in other states are still counting thousands of absentee ballots, members of the Electoral Board in the city of Roanoke are busy with another task. They are now reviewing hundreds of provisional ballots.
The Virginia Department of Elections is trying to set the record straight after they’ve received a number calls and emails from voters about a viral social media effort urging voters to check and see if their vote was counted.
Following an election night like none other in the commonwealth, voter registrars in Virginia are working to finalize vote counts and double-check them to give us a clearer picture of who won and who lost.
In Covington, though the city has seen a spike in COVID cases, the voting should not be affected. At the registrar’s office at the Jeter-Watson Center, the ballots were still coming in, and the voting machines were ready to go to their precincts.
Supporters of President Donald Trump turned out in force for a rolling rally in Lynchburg Sunday afternoon, while candidates including 5th District nominee Bob Good predicted Republican victories on Tuesday.
Mark Warner’s opponent, Republican Daniel Gade, campaigned in western Virginia Saturday. We caught up with him at Calfee Park in Pulaski, where he joined 9th District Congressman Morgan Griffith and about 40 other supporters.
The lawsuit, petitioned by Eric Harrison, Chairman of the Lynchburg Republican City Committee, alleges that the “respondent failed to perform her duties regarding the pre-processing of absentee ballots"
The field of candidates running for Roanoke City Council is crowded this year, with eight candidates running for three seats. It’s a diverse group, and this week, we’ll hear from each of them, in the order they appear on the ballot.