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Virginia county is violating election law amid governor race, lawsuit claims

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Virginia’s Constitution has a provision to stop suspension of laws, lawyer says

By Tyler O’Neil

Fox News

Fairfax County, Virginia, officials are violating election law two weeks before the off-year gubernatorial election, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.

“We write election rules in advance so everybody knows what they are and everybody thinks it’s fair,” J. Christian Adams, president and general counsel at the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), which represents the Virginia Institute for Public Policy (VIPP) in the lawsuit, told Fox News on Wednesday.

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