Four ballot drop boxes in Orange County were closed Tuesday morning due to a pair of fires threatening the areas where they’re located and making them unsafe for voters to visit. All the ballots in the affected boxes “are safe,” O.C. Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley said, adding: “They’re unharmed.” The ballots were retrieved by the registrar under escort by the Sheriff’s Department, according to the office headed by Kelley. So far, the number of ballots rescued have not been counted, he said. Lila Seidman, The Los Angeles Times.
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