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Letter: Problem with election worker

Mitzi Bault writes:
I have a problem with one worker who has worked several years where I vote. The first time I used the little flat table top computer. There were two. I was at one and a worker was showing a little lady how to use it. She said to the helper " I do not know about these." She pointed to the bottom of the page. The worker pointed and said, "This one and this one are good ones."

This same worker tried to go in the the booth with my Mom one year. My little Mom let him know, "She did not need his help."

At this years election, I was given my paper and I went the last row of tables on the back left side. No one was a round me. You know that fealing someone is watching you? I looked around and this person was behind me looking over my shoulder. I got up to take my paper to the scan box. This worker tried to get my paper. He said he could take it for me. I said "No!!!"

As I was waiting for my Mom, I was very upset about this person. I told one of the workers what I have watched this person do. She just said, "Well, I have never seen him do anything." It sure made me wonder how many people that thought he was helping, when to me he was breaking the law. --Mitzi

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