The journey of a vote-by-mail ballot in California

By election day, vote-by-mail ballots have been marked, slid into an envelope, signed and mailed, placed in a drop box or turned in to a vote center. Their journey is just beginning. When the ballots arrive at the Orange County Registrar of Voters, a cavernous warehouse behind a cluster of nondescript office buildings in Santa Ana, they go through several steps before they’re counted — all open to public view. On Monday, Jeffrey Kontorovsky, an ambassador with the Registrar of Voters, led five people on a tour of the facility to explain the process. Hannah Fry, The Los Angeles Times. 

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