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Adair Co. Clerk doing her best to make this election go smoothly

'No Electioneering' sign is standard issue. Poll workers will be doing their best to assist, but there is voter responsibility, too, Mss Vicky says.
Comments re article 78295 Letter Fancy words and particle physics

By Victoria Pike

I think those are standard issue. We went to election school today and Miss Lisa has all our signs posted on a big board so we as poll workers have one less thing to worry about.

She is trying her best to see that this election goes smoothly.


These signs, I think, are sent in the signs that must be displayed at the polls by law so the wording is not her choice but what is required by law.

I have one suggestion for those planning to vote in this upcoming election: Please make sure your voter information is correct and if not, please update it as soon as possible.

Also, when coming into the polls to vote, if you have any questions about your ballot or need assistance, ask BEFORE you cast your ballot.

Once you have cast your ballot we can't get that ballot out of the machine.

We, as poll workers, do our very best to make sure things go smoothly on election day.

We have to go by the voter info given on the registers and if you feel it is not correct, please let us know.

We must contact the clerks office and or the board of elections before we can do anything different than what is on the books.

With that being said, I will be looking forward to seeing each of you at the polls on election day.

Remember to thank you poll worker for their service.

This is a very long day for them. It begins at around 4am and ends about 7-8 pm. Many have been serving for years and feel it their duty to do so.

Victoria Pike


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