In Virginia, a Democrat candidate was losing her race to a Republican challenger until 14,000 ballots were suddenly found on a flash drive. What a stroke of luck.

Just The News reports:

Virginia Democratic Rep. Abigail Spanberger has now surged ahead in her tight race with a Democratic challenger after officials reportedly discovered thousands of “overlooked” ballots on a flash drive.

Spanberger, is a former CIA official who was part of the 2018 Blue Wave that gave Democrats control of the House. Her victory ended the GOP’s stronghold on the state’s 7th congressional district seat. Her challenger this year is Republican Nick Freitas.

The election-watch group Virginia Public Access Project tweeted late Wednesday afternoon that Spanberger was down by about 1,350 votes following a canvassing effort by county officials.

Less than an hour later, however, VPAP reported she had jumped considerably ahead of Freitas, in part the result of an infusion of over 14,600 previously “overlooked” ballots found on an Henric County county flash drive.

The memory stick had been “mislabeled as ‘provisional ballots’,” the group said.

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  • Amber says:

    WE HAVE TO BE CAREFUL WITH THE RUNOFF IN GEORGIA,HEARD THAT ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS BE IN STATE TO HAVE VOTES COUNTED,THERE WILL BE PEOPLE MOVING DOWN THERE JUST TO SWAY RUNOFFS TOWARD DEMOCRATS,BE CAREFUL

  • sandy says:

    Sounds pretty fishy to me! A flash drive vote how can that be LEGAL?????