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By LuAnn Schindler

Commissioners approve motion to maintain in-person, mail-in ballots


LuAnn Schinder | SAM

Voting integrity • Sheryl Baker addresses Antelope County Commissioners, Tuesday, regarding voting procedures in county elections. Following discussion, commissioners approved a motion for the county to move forward with in-person elections and agreed to review pay for election day workers.

Antelope County will continue to provide an opportunity for in-person voting at countywide precincts and offer mail-in ballots as an option, following a vote of Antelope County Commissioners, Tuesday morning.

The motion, made by Dean Smith, and seconded by Carolyn Pederson, followed nearly 45 minutes of discussion with Antelope County residents regarding election integrity.

Antelope County Patriots member Sheryl Baker told commissioners while she and other group members have "total confidence" in Antelope County Clerk Lisa Payne, they don't have confidence in mail-in ballots.

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