Election results were ready in Monroe County on election night on Tuesday, Nov. 3, around 11 p.m.
Those initial results will now get altered, possibly by as much as 15 votes either way, which won’t be enough to change the outcome of any races.
The tweak to the results comes from the provisional ballots that got resolved on Friday by the county’s three-member bipartisan election aboard.
If there’s any kind of dispute or conflict at the polls, the law gives a voter the chance to cast a provisional ballot, which then gets reviewed by the three-member bi-partisan election board.
On Friday, the board reviewed 110 provisional ballots. By The Square Beacon’s count, 15 of them got accepted, each by separate unanimous vote of the board. Continue reading “Monroe County provisional ballots resolved, poll worker calls election staff “rock stars””
In a Friday afternoon meeting that lasted just a bit over a half hour, Monroe County’s election board reviewed 23 provisional ballots cast at the June 2 primary elections.
That’s about a minute and 20 seconds per ballot.
The board accepted three provisional ballots and rejected the other 20. Provisional ballot review was the only item of business for the three member board, which consists of the county clerk, Nicole Browne, and two members appointed by the county chairs of the two major political parties. Continue reading “Election board OKs 3 of 23 provisional ballots from June 2 primaries”