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In the most unlikely occurrence in modern election history, the next member of Virginia’s House of Delegates will be decided by a name on a piece of paper being pulled out of a hat. Seriously.
Yesterday, we reported that a single vote gave Democrats the election win and moved them into a tie with Republicans. Now, a three-judge panel has allowed one more vote to be added. It was for Republican incumbent David Yancey, which means we’re back to a tie. In Virginia, a tie breaker comes down to pulling a name out of a hat.
The Virginia House of Delegates race is tied AGAIN after a three judge-panel determined another vote should be counted. And that's AFTER a recount showed Democrat Shelly Simonds winning by ONE vote. It'll come down to a name out of a hat for control of the House. Wow.
— Omar Jimenez (@OmarJimenez) December 20, 2017
As I mentioned before, if you don’t think your vote counts, well…
If there has ever been a more glaring example of the importance of voting, I haven’t heard it. Democrat Shelly Simonds beat Republican incumbent David Yancey by one vote in Newport News, Virginia. The final tally after the recount was 11,608 to 11,607.
Had one Democrat decided to stay home or one Republican decided to make the effort, the results would be different.
The Virginia House of Delegates race that was so close a recount was deemed necessary has ended in a tie.
The race will now be decided by the Fates in a draw from a hat.
The seat in question could flip the Virginia House of Delegates from Republican control to Democratic, which will make a difference in upcoming legislation..
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