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AG to investigate school board election

Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has appointed a panel to investigate a disputed school board election in Caroline County where the apparent winner is the secretary of the local Electoral Board.

Other candidates in the special election for a school board seat claimed Luther Morris was ineligible to campaign, according to a report in The Free Lance-Star. All of the candidates were write-in, and Morris told the paper he did not actively campaign.

Cuccinelli appointed former Del. Whitt Clement, Chesterfield County Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney John Childrey, former Deputy Attorney General Ashley Taylor, and former state election board secretary Michael Brown to investigate the special election.

By Peter Vieth

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