Virginia Board of Elections

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The Virginia State Board of Elections is a agency charged in administering the state's election and campaign finance reporting laws.

Mission statement

The State Board of Elections was created as a bipartisan agency responsible for ensuring uniformity, fairness, accuracy and purity in all elections in the Commonwealth of Virginia[1]

History

The State Board of Elections was founded in 1946[2]

Governance

The State Board of Elections is governed by a three person board[3].

Campaign finance reporting

The Virginia State Board of Elections is responsible for administering the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act. The Board is responsible for making sure reports are complete and filed before all deadlines. All reports are kept on file for at least one year or the next general election[4].

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