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The latest information available for Virginia Law Election Integrity primarily discusses the various changes and reforms in Virginia's election laws over the past few years, rather than specific cases or incidents of law violations.
The Virginia General Assembly passed numerous voting measures between 2020 and 2022 to expand voter access. These included policies such as eliminating excuses for absentee voting, establishing a permanent absentee list, extending the deadline for returning absentee ballots, adding Election Day as a legal holiday, implementing same-day voter registrations, moving municipal elections from May to November, expanding in-person voting during early voting periods to Sundays, and the Voting Rights Act of Virginia, which mirrors the Federal Voting Rights Act of 1965.
In 2023, there were no sweeping voting reforms or changes in Virginia, partially due to a split General Assembly and the decline of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For specific cases or details regarding violations of these laws in 2023, it might be necessary to consult legal databases or local news archives that focus on Virginia's legal proceedings or election-related incidents.