County Asks Those With Challenged Ballots To Resolve Them

The Hood River County Elections Office has sent letters telling people whose ballot has been challenged they have until November 14 to resolve that challenge and have the ballot counted.  Election officials are asking for people who receive such a letter to respond so the ballot can be counted, and also ensure their voter registration won’t be deactivated after the election.  In addition, county officials are required to release people to those who fill out a form and request the names of challenged ballots for signature challenges and unsigned ballots only.  A request has been made and responding to the County letter can prevent contact by unofficial parties.

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