While this year’s presidential race has dominated all the coverage this election cycle, Virginia voters will also have other things to consider when they cast their ballots on Nov. 8, among them two proposed amendments to the state constitution.
Mathews County Voter Registrar Carla Faulkner recently discussed various issues related to the election. She shared information regarding referendums included on the ballot, the time left for residents to vote absentee, and concerns about election fraud raised by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Gloucester Voter Registrar Bobbi Morgan weighed in on the fraud issue, as well.
Faulkner is urging residents to familiarize themselves with the proposed constitutional amendments that are included on this year’s ballot in order to avoid creating long lines at the polls on Nov. 8. There is also a meals tax referendum included on the ballot in Mathews that could similarly trigger a back-up if residents aren’t familiar wi...
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