Democratic candidates in Virginia are forcibly stopping people from filming their closing message to voters ahead of November elections.
Staffers for Democratic congresswoman Elaine Luria (Va.) and other Democratic candidates say nobody is allowed to film their public campaign speeches. At one campaign event Luria held with Alex Askew (D.), a state lawmaker running for reelection, a political tracker had his camera blocked and was told by a staffer that “we don’t want anyone to be filming,” according to a video obtained by the Washington Free Beacon. The man filming the September event, held in a public parking lot in Virginia Beach, was asked to leave the campaign rally.
At a campaign rally this past weekend Luria held for both Askew and Democratic lieutenant governor …