Luz. Co. details what voting process will be on June 2

Less polling places, paper ballots and mail in ballots being sent to all

April 29, 2020 - 5:33 am
Poll worker Josh Harrison, center, works with Chad Donahue, right, during curbside voting on April 7, 2020 in Madison, Wisconsin.

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During the Luzerne County Council meeting last night county manager David Pedri gave an update on the upcoming June 2 primary election. Among them, paper ballots would be used for inperson voting and pens would not be shared, each voter would receive their own. For those who could not use a paper ballot, electronic machines would be available and cleaned after each use.  Voting locations would be reduced to 58 well ventilated larger buildings. Mail in ballot applications are going out to all registered voters in the county possibly on Friday. 

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