A well-known RINO congressman from Virginia cooked up an elaborate scheme to try to split the vote in his district before November’s general election.
“At least four staffers for the re-election campaign of Rep. Scott Taylor, R-2nd, helped gather signatures to get [Shaun] Brown on the ballot as an independent,” according to Richmond News and Advocate. “The Democratic Party argued that the 377 signatures Taylor staffers gathered for Brown were filled with forgeries and should be tossed out, leaving Brown with fewer than the 1,000 valid signatures she needed to get on the ballot.”
Taylor is the incumbent in Virginia’s Second Congressional District.
Ultimately, Judge Gregory Rupe ruled in favor of the Democrats after they filed a lawsuit against the State Board of Elections. The party was able to prove that Taylor’s team forged the signatures, and Brown was removed from the ballot.
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