Virginia delegate to the Republican National Convention Carroll Correll Jr., left, talks with the media after a hearing on his lawsuit at federal court in Richmond, Va. Correll wants to avoid voting for presumptive nominee Donald Trump at the party convention.
Virginia delegate to the Republican National Convention Carroll Correll Jr., left, talks with the media after a hearing on his lawsuit at federal court in Richmond, Va. Correll wants to avoid voting for presumptive nominee Donald Trump at the party convention. Steve Helber AP
Virginia delegate to the Republican National Convention Carroll Correll Jr., left, talks with the media after a hearing on his lawsuit at federal court in Richmond, Va. Correll wants to avoid voting for presumptive nominee Donald Trump at the party convention. Steve Helber AP

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