Vote totals updated; vote centers will be scrutinized after debut


Hancock County Clerk Marcia Moore (left) watches as Larry Breese and Terry Beagle go through ballots that had been incorrectly marked. Breese and Beagle were a provisional ballot team, which met Wednesday to recreate ballots in which the circles had been checked instead of filled in completely.

GREENFIELD — From putting finishing touches on the vote count to reviewing the most popular vote centers, local election workers have been spending the last few days tying up loose ends from the May 6 primary election.

A team met Wednesday to go over eight ballots that had to be re-made and added to the total count. The voters had checked the circles on the ballots instead of filling them in completely, so official election results released Wednesday showed a few minor tweaks in vote totals.

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