In-person voting surge has Utah County Clerk adding resources
UTAH COUNTY, Utah — The Utah County Clerk’s Office tells KSL NewsRadio it’s adding two printers and check-in stations to two different locations where in-person voting has turned out to be more popular than anticipated.
Utah County Clerk Josh Daniels tells KSL NewsRadio’s Lindsay Aerts that typically these areas see a 5% turnout for in-person voting, and think this year will be 7%.
Listen to the full interview with Josh Daniels below:
This is a developing story and will be updated.
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