Virginia State Board of Elections Delays Certification of Election Results in Three State House Districts

The Virginia State Board of Elections had expected to certify the results of the November 7 election on November 20. However, three races are still undecided, and the Board feels it can’t certify them yet. See this story.


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Virginia State Board of Elections Delays Certification of Election Results in Three State House Districts — 4 Comments

  1. The board declined to certify the results in two districts where there had been some mix-up in assigning voters to the correct district. One of the two districts, HD-28 is very close, the other HD-88 not at all.

    There are two other districts that are also close. It is these two, plus the one that was not certified, that were identified as triggering an automatic recount. Apparently, the recount is not triggered until the results are certified.

  2. BAN is very occupied with single-winner districts and the crying will go on for decades more, and the publicity and attention to the flaws will only help cement them into the future.

    But when it comes to teamwork for the good of the whole under pure proportional representation, BAN has no arms when the ball is passed.

    The United Coalition has been using pure proportional representation for more than twenty-two consecutive years and it works fine.

    http://www.international-parliament.org/ucc.html

  3. The United Coalition must exist only in the mind of James Ogle and not in reality. If it is real, then why have we never been told the names of it’s participants or the cities, counties, organizations that are working with this imaginary United Coalition?

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