Glitches On First Day Of US Senate Recount In Minneapolis


Minneapolis has more than 209-thousand ballots to recount in the next few days for Minnesota’s US Senate race.  The time that it will take to count those ballots got a little longer today when the recount had to start over because ballots with identifying marks were not being pulled aside.  In Minnesota, marking a ballot with your name or initials invalidates the ballot.

 

The UpTake’s Chuck Olsen talks to Minneapolis Elections Director Cynthia Rechert about the problems of the first day of oounting.

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Glitches On First Day Of US Senate Recount In Minneapolis


Minneapolis has more than 209-thousand ballots to recount in the next few days for Minnesota’s US Senate race.  The time that it will take to count those ballots got a little longer today when the recount had to start over because ballots with identifying marks were not being pulled aside.  In Minnesota, marking a ballot with your name or initials invalidates the ballot.

 

The UpTake’s Chuck Olsen talks to Minneapolis Elections Director Cynthia Rechert about the problems of the first day of oounting.

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Glitches On First Day Of US Senate Recount In Minneapolis


Minneapolis has more than 209-thousand ballots to recount in the next few days for Minnesota’s US Senate race.  The time that it will take to count those ballots got a little longer today when the recount had to start over because ballots with identifying marks were not being pulled aside.  In Minnesota, marking a ballot with your name or initials invalidates the ballot.

 

The UpTake’s Chuck Olsen talks to Minneapolis Elections Director Cynthia Rechert about the problems of the first day of oounting.

Comments are closed.