Allegations of a Democratic candidate stealing signs the night before today’s elections shouldn’t move the needle much. That’s according to our political analyst as WFIR’s Ian Price reports:
News outlets are reporting that Democratic State Delegate Chris Hurst was pulled over last night after Radford City Sheriff’s deputies observed a woman messing with campaign signs at the Radford Rec Center. According to WDBJ-7, a deputy saw the woman get into a car, allegedly driven by Hurst. The delegate was issued a notice that his license was suspended. We have reached out to Delegate Hurst for comment.
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