RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY/WFXR) — The Virginia Department of Elections (ELECT) has released its annual post-election report for the November 2021 general election.
The recent election was faced with an ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic along with the challenges of misinformation that plagued the November 2020 election.
“ELECT produces the post-election report annually to reinforce our agency’s continued commitment to transparency” said Christopher Piper, Virginia Department of Elections’ Commissioner. “We are proud to be able to document the work that the Commonwealth’s election administrators, electoral board members, and ELECT staff do to conduct secure and accurate elections in Virginia.”
View the full post-election report HERE.
The post-election report was presented by Piper at the Jan. 18 meeting of the State Board of Elections.
Since 2018, the Virginia Department of Elections has highlighted the November general election to highlight improvements in regards to the law and regulatory changes affecting elections.
The report also spotlights initiatives such as Virginia’s Voter Education and Outreach Campaign and collaborating with partners such as Virginia’s Medical Reserve Corps and the United States Postal Service to help mitigate challenges brought on by COVID-19.