Tuesday, November 7, is election day in many states nationwide.

Many vital elections are happening, from governor elections to essential ballot measures.

Virginia is one such state that has multiple vital elections taking place.

Voting is sometimes very emotional, and some people get swept up in politics and take things a little too personally.

That’s precisely what happened in a heated exchange between a Republican poll worker and a crazed leftist who verbally attacked the poll worker.

Watch the clip here:

The crazed man blamed the poll worker for attempting to steal the 2020 election.

Referring to the left’s idea that President Trump attempted to steal the election by encouraging the Jan. 6 protests.

Not only is this not true, but for some reason, this guy takes it exceptionally personally and believes this poll worker was personally responsible for allegedly stealing the election!

Luckily, the poll worker seemed to take it very well, simply brushing off the guy and letting him say his peace.

NBC News shares some of the critical issues that Virginia is voting on:

In Virginia, residents have been voting early since September in legislative elections that could significantly affect the direction of the state.

GOP Gov. Glenn Youngkin, who was elected in 2021, is backing Republicans seeking to flip control of the state Senate, which would give the GOP full control over state government.

Democrats are hoping to hold onto their majority in the state Senate and flip the state House of Delegates.

Abortion has been a major issue in races across the state. Youngkin has pledged to sign a 15-week limit on abortions in the state if Republicans take control of the Legislature.


Democrats often cite Virginia as the last state in the South without an abortion ban, and they’ve been fighting on the trail and on the airwaves with a message about protecting access to abortion in the state.

While many people might not think about these smaller elections, they have a significant impact on our nation.

These elections determine the composition of local governments.

The same local governments that write your laws dictate how prosperous and free your state is.

If you haven’t already, make sure you go out and vote!

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