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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Patrick Moran
Arlington County police will not file charges against the son of Virginia Rep. James P. Moran Jr. after an incident last fall during which he was caught on camera appearing to give a man advice on how to commit voter fraud.
Arlington County police have begun a criminal investigation into "election offense allegations" involving Rep. James P. Moran Jr.'s congressional re-election campaign after video surfaced this week that appeared to depict his son Patrick Moran giving advice on how to commit voter fraud.
U.S. Rep. James P. Moran's son Patrick resigned from his father's campaign after being caught on camera earlier this month appearing to give advice on how to commit voter fraud to a conservative video journalist.
Senior Patrick Moran, 18, said he enjoys the freedom of being able to create 3D art and animated sequences on computer.
Patrick Moran, who had been serving as his father's field director, issued a curt statement late Wednesday afternoon resigning from the campaign.