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For Those Who Serve, and Vote in Elections

From EPEC Team Newsletter: EPEC salutes the volunteers, donors, trainers, and elections managers who served the Commonwealth in the 2023 General Election. And to those who promote voter participation. By EPEC Voter News Staff: Nov 23, 2023 As we think about all the blessings for which each of us is…...

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Why Are Fewer Military Ballots Cast in VA Elections?

Via EPEC Team Newsletter: By EPEC Voter News Staff Nov. 12, 2023 — Electoral Process Education Corporation (EPEC) is again raising questions about why a higher percentage of Military and Overseas ballots are failing to be counted compared to the general population in the Commonwealth of Virginia’s 2023 General Election.…...

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Residency Challenge Could Put VA’s Senate Majority in Play

The Daily Wire has a bombshell story out that may determine control of the Virginia Assembly’s Senate majority, which Democrats have unofficially taken after Election Day on Nov. 7th.  Before results are certified, the Senate is controlled by one Democrat seat, “but a winning senator may have lied about residing…...

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Virginia’s 2023 General Election Results are (Almost) In

From the EPEC Team Newsletter: After 45 days of early voting, and based on live feeds from localities to Virginia’s Dept. of Elections, Democrats held the Commonwealth assembly by capturing 21 seats in senate races on Election Day to Republicans’ 19 Senate seats. Many of the races were decided by…...

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When EPEC Met ELECT

The EPECTeam Newsletter has launched! You can sign up here to subscribe to the free weekly update on our work as a charitable nonprofit promoting voter participation and education about election systems and technology, A few snippets from our recent edition: 1. Notes from a Fruitful Meeting w/ Commissioner Beals…...

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VA Counties with More Registrations Than Eligible Voters

September 20, 2023 — Nonprofit groups and citizens recently announced they have found 43 counties and independent cities in Virginia and four counties in Arizona that may have more voters on their registration lists than voting-age adult citizens, according to their analysis of U.S. Census data cross-referenced with existing registration…...

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