Lynchburg Electoral Board reports variety of “disruptive experiences” took place at local precinct

Lynchburg & Central Virginia News

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — The Lynchburg Electoral Board is reporting what they’re calling “disruptive experiences” at a polling place in the area during the Nov. 2 election.

In the city’s final report, they mention four experiences they say happened at the Crosspoint Community Church precinct.

The four experiences outlined in the report include:

  • Sample ballots being handed out beyond 40 feet from the entrance,
  • Party representatives not being allowed to view vote counts,
  • Constant phone calls and interruptions, and
  • Raised voices by authorized party representatives.

WFXR News is continuing to look deeper into these claims.

The full report can be found below.

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