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Virginia AG Race Still Too Close To Call

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The Associated Press had still not called the race for either candidate. Ballots will still be counted in the coming days.

Either candidate can request a recount of the votes after the Virginia Board of Elections meets on Nov. 25 and begins taking recount requests. The candidate requesting a recount must be within a 1 percentage point margin for a recount to happen. The last time such a close race resulted in a recount was in 2005 when Bob McDonnell (R), now governor of Virginia, faced Democrat Creigh Deeds in the Virginia attorney general race. 

Correction: This story originally stated that the last Virginia recount was in the race between McDonnell and Deeds for governor. In fact it was when they were running for attorney general.