Amid high early voting turnout, elections boards step up to the challenge

It’s a busy time of year for county boards of election, even without voters queuing up to cast their ballots. Election boards across Ohio are overseeing a special August election with higher-than-usual turnout in the days before Election Day. Between verifying addresses for the National Change of Address Program, certifying petition signatures for November ballot hopefuls, and recruiting and training new poll workers, county boards are filled to the brim with blank ballots, high-speed tabulators and unending rolls of “I Voted” stickers. Sarah Szilgay, WCMH.

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