Reed v. Virginia Dept. of Elections

Published On: October 09th, 2020

Lawsuit seeking declaratory and injunctive relief to enforce Virginia statutes governing the acceptance of absentee ballots with respect to postmarks.

Circuit Court of the County of Frederick, Virginia (Case Number 20-622)

Court Documents

Press Releases

PILF Client Demands Court Action Against Virginia Plan to Accept Ballots Without Postmarks (October 13, 2020)

Virginia Court Blocks Plans to Accept Ballots Without Postmarks After Election Day (October 28, 2020)

Virginia Abandons Policy to Accept Late Ballots Without Postmarks (January 25, 2021)

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