Shaun Brown, a former congressional candidate has been sentenced to three years in prison for defrauding the federal government through a summer meal program for children.
The ruling has thrown a speed bump in front of Scott Taylor’s reelection campaign in which he faces a challenge from Democrat Elaine Luria.
The judge ruled Wednesday that Shaun Brown can’t run because petitions to place her on the ballot contained forged signatures.
Shaun Brown filed a court motion Friday against a Democratic lawsuit aimed at ending her candidacy.
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Democrats in Virginia have filed a lawsuit to try to remove an independent candidate from the ballot in a tight congressional race. The Democrats filed their suit Monday against the state…
A judge in Virginia has declared a mistrial for a congressional candidate who was accused of defrauding the federal government.
Rep. Scott Taylor’s staff collected more than half the signatures needed for Shaun Brown to run in Virginia’s 2nd District.
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