Election Work #1: We Know What We Are Doing

A good story about our county’s auditor and election process hit print media last week. His assessment of the coming crunch of tabulating ballots:

We know what we are doing.

Today was my training session on procedures. That was accomplished this afternoon. From there we tackled our share of 20,000 ballots that have come in since they went out last Tuesday. The original estimate was that 85% of the county’s registered voters would submit votes. Today, the buzz was that could be bested.

I’ll post somewhat daily, and briefly on adventures in what goes on behind the scenes. If any readers are in my county, and if you would like a tour of processing, just show up. Ring the bell and we’ll get you in to observe. No need to make an appointment.

At the top, a screenshot of our live video inside the back room.

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Todd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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