More than 2.2 million voted in the Virginia attorney general's race six days ago. As of Monday morning, Republican Mark Obenshain had a 17-vote lead over Democrat Mark Herring. If you are doing the math, that's a margin of .00077 percent.

The unbelievable narrowness of that margin means the race is headed for a recount. We broke down how that process would work -- and when it might finish -- in a Post TV segment. Check it out.

The race for attorney general in Virginia is so close, it's almost certain to head to a recount. So how would that work? (The Washington Post)