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Tiebreaker In Toss-Up Virginia Election Goes To The GOP

  GOP Comes Out Ahead In Toss-Up Virginia Election Jack Crowe Political Reporter Republican incumbent David Yancey was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates Thursday after his name was drawn from a bowl in an odd tie breaking measure mandated by an arcane state law. The drawing broke the 11,608-to-11,608 tie between Yancey and Democrat Shelly Simonds, who is entitled by law to request a second recount. The odd electoral quirk is the product of a 1705 law that mandates an electoral tie be settled by a random lotteryRead More


Donna Brazile: DNC Watched Russians Steal Data So They Could Win State Primaries

  Donna Brazile: DNC Watched Russians Steal Data For Whole Month So They Could Win State Primaries… Robert Donachie Capitol Hill and Health Care Reporter Donna Brazile says in her new book the Democratic National Committee (DNC) went against professional advice and sat idly for a month while Russians stole data because primaries were still underway in a number of states. In May, when CrowdStrike recommended that we take down our system and rebuild it, the DNC told them to wait a month, because the state primaries for the presidentialRead More


Voter Fraud Update: Dead or Incarcerated People Voted in Florida Elections

42 Dead Or Incarcerated People Voted In Florida Elections by Phillip Stucky A total of 42 ineligible voters went to the polls in Putnam County, Fla., according to a Thursday report from the Florida Times-Union. The ineligible votes came from deceased persons, convicted felons, or people who weren’t registered residents of the state of Florida, according to the report. The election in question was a local sheriff’s race between Sheriff Homer DeLoach, a Democrat, and Jonathan Kinney, a Republican. DeLoach won the race in 2016 by only 16 votes. The original tally showedRead More