Canvas Update While Obenshain Stays Positive And Herring Campaign Continues Lunacy

As Norm points out, the AG race is not over, though Obenshain at last count has taken a lead of roughly 900, with new numbers coming in throughout the day.

But I wanted to highlight how even the day after the election, the tone difference in the two camps.

Obenshain sent out a quick message today that summed up his overall campaign:

Two years ago, when I began traveling Virginia talking about my vision for this Commonwealth, and my plans to help keep our communities safe and our economy strong, this day seemed an eternity away. Right now, the race is extremely close, but I’m confident that that we will prevail. Elections like this are a reminder of the importance of participating in the Democratic process. We’re going to wait until the State Board of Elections finishes its tabulations, and make any further decisions at that time. But I do want to take this opportunity to thank those who have stood with us as we’ve campaigned across Virginia these past two years, and to thank all of you for your dedication and commitment. We ran a campaign based on a positive plan to solve problems in Virginia, and I’m proud of that.

In my ten years in the Senate, I have worked for lower taxes, safer communities and a more limited government. As your next Attorney General, I will continue to fight to make sure that Virginia is a beacon of freedom and opportunity. We have long hours ahead of us, but I shall always be immensely grateful for your support. You have all been absolutely incredible. Thank you, God bless you, and God bless our Commonwealth and our nation.

Some subtle confidence, but generally a positive, focused message, as has been the case throughout the campaign. Everyone on both sides have agreed that Obenshain ran the best and most positive campaign of any in the six statewide races.

Meanwhile, Mark Herring’s campaign gives their supporters no thanks, just a requisite, we’re gonna win, duh.

Herring for Attorney General campaign manager Kevin O’Holleran released the following statement today:
“Since polls closed, we’ve seen several lead changes and based on our projections, we are going to win. When all of the votes cast are counted, including absentee votes and thousands of provisional ballots, we’re confident Mark Herring will be the next Attorney General of Virginia. We have a responsibility to make sure that that every voter is protected and every vote counts,” O’Holleran said.

The vote canvass begins today to verify election results, and account for thousands of absentee and provisional ballots.

Since the polls closed yesterday, results have been changed in several localities. Additionally, Virginia and other states have seen significant shifts, usually in the favor of Democrats, in the canvass the day following the election.

They cite a number of background points, including Dave Wasserman who has been on top of the canvas and changing numbers in the Virginia Attorney General’s race from the beginning.

They left out his rebuttal:

In reality, Herring only has one path to victory:

But as the canvas has continued, the lead has built to nearly 900:

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