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In-person voting surge has Utah County Clerk adding resources
Nov 8, 2022, 4:06 PM | Updated: 5:02 pm
(Kristin Murphy/Deseret News)
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.
Voting centers in American Fork and Saratoga Springs will have those added resources.
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%.
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