Getting ready for November election


Even though the May Primary Election is still days away, the Shelby County Board of Elections is already preparing for the November election. Shelby County Board of Elections Director Pam Kerrigan and Deputy Director Donnie Chupp look at the new DS200 voting machines which were delivered to the board of elections this week. The machines will be used by voters at the polling locations beginning in November. All of the equipment was paid for by the Secretary of State’s Office.

Even though the May Primary Election is still days away, the Shelby County Board of Elections is already preparing for the November election. Shelby County Board of Elections Director Pam Kerrigan and Deputy Director Donnie Chupp look at the new DS200 voting machines which were delivered to the board of elections this week. The machines will be used by voters at the polling locations beginning in November. All of the equipment was paid for by the Secretary of State’s Office.


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Shelby County Board of Elections Clerk Trina Riethman prints a ballot on the new Balotar printer on demand that is used for absentee voting at the board of elections office.


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Even though the May Primary Election is still days away, the Shelby County Board of Elections is already preparing for the November election. Shelby County Board of Elections Director Pam Kerrigan and Deputy Director Donnie Chupp look at the new DS200 voting machines which were delivered to the board of elections this week. The machines will be used by voters at the polling locations beginning in November. All of the equipment was paid for by the Secretary of State’s Office.

Shelby County Board of Elections Clerk Trina Riethman prints a ballot on the new Balotar printer on demand that is used for absentee voting at the board of elections office.

Even though the May Primary Election is still days away, the Shelby County Board of Elections is already preparing for the November election. Shelby County Board of Elections Director Pam Kerrigan and Deputy Director Donnie Chupp look at the new DS200 voting machines which were delivered to the board of elections this week. The machines will be used by voters at the polling locations beginning in November. All of the equipment was paid for by the Secretary of State’s Office.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/05/web1_DS200.jpgEven though the May Primary Election is still days away, the Shelby County Board of Elections is already preparing for the November election. Shelby County Board of Elections Director Pam Kerrigan and Deputy Director Donnie Chupp look at the new DS200 voting machines which were delivered to the board of elections this week. The machines will be used by voters at the polling locations beginning in November. All of the equipment was paid for by the Secretary of State’s Office. Courtesy photo

Shelby County Board of Elections Clerk Trina Riethman prints a ballot on the new Balotar printer on demand that is used for absentee voting at the board of elections office.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/05/web1_Balotar.jpgShelby County Board of Elections Clerk Trina Riethman prints a ballot on the new Balotar printer on demand that is used for absentee voting at the board of elections office. Courtesy photo