The former Charlottesville City Council candidate accused of election fraud was in court Thursday afternoon. James Halfaday waived his right to a preliminary hearing in Charlottesville General District Court.
He had no comment on his case. Halfaday is facing four felony election fraud charges. Prosecutors say Halfaday used a false address when he certified his candidacy for city council.
Halfaday's case will be sent to the grand jury in Charlottesville Circuit Court on February 21 at 9:30 a.m..