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Virginia Republicans are reconsidering whether to require voters to sign a loyalty oath in the March 6th presidential primary. They’ll revisit the matter later this month, and a local political expert thinks the party is wise to do so. WFIR’s Evan Jones has more.

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As currently set up, anyone voting in the primary must sign a form pledging to support the Republican nominee in November.  There are concerns within the party that such a stance might drive some voters away from Republican candidates in November.