Commissioners voted Thursday not to change the way the county carries out its elections in 2014.
County Clerk Dave Kunko proposed “moving into this century,” he said, by reducing the number of neighborhood polling places from some 50 or more centers to 14 “voting convenient centers.”
The idea was to allow any county voter to cast a ballot at any site, and still allow absentee and mail-in ballots. Some districts with fewer than 100 voters would be required to mail-in their votes.
Selected districts, such as Lake Arthur, would get a voting center. Boot Hill would not. The centers would be spread out Login to read more