Congratulations to Glenn Youngkin, Governor-Elect of Virginia.
At The American Spectator, David Catron explains the win, writing (abridged):
All of the major networks and the Associated Press have declared that Glenn Youngkin will be the next governor of Virginia. According to Politico, Youngkin currently leads by 2.7 percentage points. Terry McAuliffe’s un-concession speech made it all too obvious that he has controversial election attorney Marc Elias working on this even as you read this. Will it work? Nope.
Youngkin won the election squarely. Virginia’s election officials will continue to count absentee ballots postmarked by election day, but an influx of Democratic votes is statistically impossible. There is no automatic recount in Virginia, and any loser contesting the election must show that the margin between the recount requester and the winning candidate is less than or equal to one percent of the total votes cast for the two candidates.
David Catron The American Spectator.
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