A recount of the razor thin attorney general race in Virginia is officially on.
Virginia State Sen. Mark Obenshain's (R) campaign formally filed for a recount Wednesday. The move, long expected, came just two days after the Virginia State Board of Elections certified Obenshain's opponent, state Sen. Mark Herring (D), as the winner of the race by a tiny 165-vote margin. Because Herring's margin of victory is within 1 percent of the more than 2 million votes tallied in the race, either Obenshain or Herring could have requested a recount.
So here's what happens now.
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