Meeting Start 4:30 Meeting End 6:00
Patricia A. Till
Willa J. Fambrough
Charles Knapper, Vice Chairperson
Meeting is started with discussion about the recount of the election.
The vote recount ended up with 13 extra votes calling for a certification.
Voter turnouts 69.62% there was a 0.2% increase in voter turnout as well
The county states that they lost an absentee ballot due to a scan of 1 less ballot on the recount. They don’t know where the ballot went or how the mishap occurred.
Motion to recertify the Election results
Runoff election on December 3 2020 is discussed next.
Monday 742 votes at the office
The office opened 4 more locations tuesday.
As of 4pm 1558 early absentee ballots have already been casted and are ready for tabulation making it about 8% of the ballots back
4849 voters have already voted early in the location
No complaints at polling locations.
The county is receiving ballots for the roll over list of voters who are 65 and older or disabled and the county will send out ballots soon.
The county also states that they are receiving many applications for absentee ballots as well.
They will start officially start sending out the ballots this week.
About 25,000 will be requested from the state to cover the cost of the runoff election.
The are looking to consolidate the City Hall, Board of Election office, Library in the plastics center and Keep advanced voting at holding advanced voting at the classics center, Miriam moore, the extension office,
And the tennis center for the last week.
A member of the board says he would like to see all advanced locations open for all 3 weeks
The times are Mon-Tues 8am-5pm Wed-friday 8-7
New week 8am-5 except wednesday 8-7
A member of the board has a question about the spaces and safety concerns of the classics center.
Another member of the board states that the poll workers are calling in for the non important run-off election but are wanting to work the senate race.
The county had about 200+ poll workers in November’s Election
The county has about 135 poll workers in December as of now.
The Head Member does not want to move the library as a polling place as he thinks that the library is a notable polling location in the county and voters may become confused in the poling location is changed.
The county is having some difficulty strategizing how to inform the public on the change of advance voting location and will have to media blast the potential moving of the location through social media,newspapers, website, and advertisements.
No decision is made as of yet but he county will ask for funding before the change is confirmed.
December 4 , Provision ballot certification
December 8, Regular Meeting
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