Court documents show general registrar in Prince William County, VA altered election results

 December 3, 2023

Court documents obtained by Just The News suggest that the former general registrar of Prince William County, Virginia, altered the results of the 2020 election.

The current general registrar claims that the alterations didn't affect the ultimate outcome of the election, but these court documents indicate that rogue officials are capable of interfering with important elections.

Democrats have spent the past three years insisting that election fraud and interference are things that do not happen, and yet this is just the latest example that has been uncovered since 2020.

The registrar in question was Michele White, who abruptly resigned in 2021, and was charged with two felony counts alleging corrupt conduct as an election official and making a false statement in late 2022.

White's replacement, Eric Olsen, issued a statement on the indictment saying, "The former General Registrar for Prince William County, Michele White, has been charged with three criminal counts. She left her position in early 2021. Her conduct did not impact the outcome of any election contest."

Regardless of whether the election outcome was changed or not, White likely committed multiple felonies in order to try to do just that. This case proves once again that we need more security for our elections, not less.