Staff sworn in to process mail-in votes

Times Observer photo by Josh Cotton

Ben Kafferlin, chair of the county’s Board of Elections, swears in the staff tasked with processing all of the mail-in votes received in advance of Tuesday’s primary election. Elections Director Krystal Ransom said about 1,800 mail-in ballots had been received. Results from Tuesday’s primary are unlikely to be available for publication in Wednesday’s Times Observer. Results will be posted online and on the Times Observer Facebook page as well as in a story in Thursday’s paper.


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