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Virginia Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin defended his 17-year-old son amid an underage voting controversy.
The Republican said his son was confused and described the situation as a bunch of “silliness.”
The article goes on to state the following:
“There was real confusion on whether a 17-year-old could vote or not, and he had a friend who suggested he might be able to vote,” he said on Thursday. “I am a little bit frustrated that the media paid so much attention to it. It’s my 17-year-old son, and I would really like everybody to leave my family alone.”
Youngkin explained that his son simply went to a polling location and asked if he could vote. He presented his ID and they told him no, so he left and went to school.
WATCH his full comments in the video below:
“He went up and asked… he presented his ID, and when they said he couldn’t vote he said ‘okay’ and he went to school.”
Youngkin conveniently leaves out that half an hour after his son was told he couldn’t vote, he came back and tried to vote again.pic.twitter.com/4IrUJROrlQ
— Jacob Rubashkin (@JacobRubashkin) November 11, 2021
“There was real confusion on whether a 17-year-old could vote or not, and he had a friend who suggested he might be able to vote,” he said on Thursday. “I am a little bit frustrated that the media paid so much attention to it.”https://t.co/XL6sCXLVXZ
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 12, 2021
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