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Provisional Ballots could determine Attorney General race

By David Kaplan, dkaplan@wdbj7.com
Published On: Dec 24 2013 03:20:40 PM EST
Updated On: Nov 07 2013 07:44:12 PM EST

Right now it's unclear of exactly how many provisional ballots were cast statewide. A provisional ballot was cast if a voter didn't have an ID or showed up to the polls and wasn't registered to vote.

ROANOKE, Va. -

With the attorney general's race still too close to call, provisional ballots could determine who wins.

At this time, it's unclear of exactly how many provisional ballots were cast statewide.

A provisional ballot was cast if a voter didn't have ID or showed up to the polls and wasn't registered to vote.

Localities where a provisional ballot was cast must report those to the State Board of Elections to determine if the vote becomes official; a process that could take up to a week.