The charges had nothing to do with his firing, county elections leaders said in response to the news, and there wasn’t concern that any potential drug use had any impacts on voters.
Less than two weeks before Virginia’s midterm primaries, the electoral board in the state’s most populous jurisdiction has fired its general registrar.
New Elections Commissioner Chris Piper promised local elections officials and the state board that steps to deal with the problem of answers being wrongly filled in automatically or not provided at all would be shared “in coming weeks.”
The Electoral Board’s unanimous vote was meant to ensure that voters could update their addresses. The registrar said he would refuse until he was assured the data was accurate and complete.
The election season is about to get underway in Virginia — absentee voting for the commonwealth’s June 13 primary elections begins Friday.
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