Earlier today, the Virginia State Board of Elections received complaints from voters in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia questioning automated calls telling registered voters their polling location had changed...when it hadn't. Some voters who received the pre-recorded call notified election officials.
In response, the Board of Elections sent out a notice advising voters not to trust unsolicited calls, "Voters receiving automated calls that provide voting locations should double check the information by contacting their local registrar's office or visiting the State Board of Elections website at www.sbe.virginia.gov."
Reached later this afternoon, the Board of Elections says the calls were made by some "well meaning individuals" in the Democratic Party.
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