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Citizens hold vigil as vote counting continued for presidential election

by Jackie Nunnery

Citizens march along Main Street in Kilmarnock on Thursday, November

KILMARNOCK—Going to the polls is often seen as the cornerstone of a democracy. As the country waits on the painstaking process of election results, the other critical step—making sure those votes are counted fairly and accurately—is on the minds of many.

A non-partisan group of citizens from the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula took to the streets of Kilmarnock on Thursday, November 5, with the message of counting every vote.

Members of the Unitarian…

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