White was the county’s registrar from 2015 to 2021, when she resigned abruptly with no public explanation. Before that, she served in a similar role in nearby Culpeper County.
Email and social media messages sent to White’s business were not immediately returned Wednesday. A working phone number could not be found. Online court records do not list an attorney for White.
The Office of Elections said in a statement that White’s conduct “did not impact the outcome of any election contest.”
The statement said Eric Olsen, the current director of elections/general registrar, reported “discrepancies” to the Commissioner of Elections and State Board of Elections earlier this year, which led to the investigation by Miyares.
The statement also said Olsen and the electoral board this year have built a new leadership team that is dedicated to fair and accurate elections.
“Many improvements and best practices have been adopted to ensure a safe and transparent voting experience for the voters of Prince William County,” the statement said.