- Associated Press - Saturday, November 1, 2014

MADISON, Ind. (AP) - The attorney for a southern Indiana county says a technical glitch with Postal Service equipment resulted in some residents who requested ballots to vote by mail never receiving those ballots.

Jefferson County Attorney Wil Goering tells The Madison Courier (https://bit.ly/10IA8h3 ) more than 300 ballots requested by voters have not been returned to the voter registration office.

Goering says some voters who requested ballots to vote by mail told officials they never received them.

He says a problem with an optical reader at the Madison Post Office is responsible for the mailing problem, but stresses that the affected voters can still vote at their polling place on Tuesday.

And early voting is also available on the second floor of the county’s courthouse in Madison on Monday from 8 a.m. to noon.


Information from: The Madison Courier, https://www.madisoncourier.com

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