A poll watcher was reportedly asked to leave a Fairfax County, VA polling location after pointing out that the Chief of Elections was not following proper protocol.

After a number of individual absentee ballots did not match the number tallied on the envelope, a poll watcher in Fairfax County, VA called the Chief of Elections on the carpet before being reported to the local government and asked to leave the polling station.

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Amber Athey tweeted “By the time she was asked to leave, they had no found the missing ballot. They accused her of ‘interfering with voters.’

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Fairfax County government tweeted, “Voting scenes from around the county (including patriotic attire!). #Vote until 7 p.m. at your assigned precinct. You can bring your completed mailed ballot to any location until 7 p.m.” Tuesday morning with images of many American patriots lining up to cast their votes.

This is a developing story.

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