There could be even more changes coming to the way people vote in the upcoming primary. The COVID-19 pandemic had state officials moving the primary to June 23rd and are also considering other changes like mail-in voting.The governor says he is concerned about the well being of poll workers, many of whom constitute a population that is vulnerable to the virus. Secretary of State Michael Adams met in a Zoom meeting to go over options to address the situation.One of those options includes an absentee method and in-person voting by appointment, while another option would allow voters to drop off their absentee ballots at their county clerk’s offices. Which must be done by 6 p.m. on election night.
Source: MG News
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