Cache County Clerk's Office says it's ready for elections, calls process safe
With the general election only a few days away, the County Clerk/Auditor’s Office wants the public to know the process is safe, despite election-result challenges around the nation by some supporters of former President Donald Trump.
“Everything we do, this entire process, is designed around voter security,” said Jess Bradfield, county clerk/auditor. “Everything we do has the voter in mind so that their ballot is protected, no one else can sign for them — if somebody tries to, we catch it — and that way their vote is protected.”
The first step in the process is confirming voter registration and that active voters will receive ballots. Absentee ID numbers are assigned — one ballot per person, which makes it nearly impossible for results to be recorded more than once. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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