In this month’s election, Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin’s 17-year-old son tried to cast a ballot not once, but twice, despite being too young to vote, according to Fairfax County officials.

His failure to cast a ballot not only reinforced the security and integrity of Virginia elections but appears to have contributed to Fairfax officials’ decision not to refer his conduct to local prosecutors. Fairfax officials should reconsider this decision.


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