Arizona County Suffers Widespread Shortage of Ballots: Election Officials

Officials in Pinal County, Arizona, said there was a shortage of ballots at more than 20 voting sites during the primary election this week, which left some voters without the ability to cast votes.
On Tuesday evening, Pinal County’s election agency confirmed the shortage and suggested that people use an “express vote device” instead.
“Due to unprecedented demand for in-person ballots, Pinal County has experienced a ballot shortage in certain, limited precincts. Pinal County is continuing to print additional ballots and distributing them to each affected precinct polling place,” county officials wrote in a Twitter post.
It later added that “you can choose to use the express vote device located at the polling place, or as long as you are physically in line at 7:00 pm today, you will be permitted to cast a ballot,” noting that people who arrive after 7 p.m. “are not permitted” to vote….

Read the full post at The Epoch Times.

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