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Several new workers will handle big election

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Clerk says there are plenty of volunteers to handle big turnout

By Ashley Sutter

After facing a shortage of poll workers less than a month ago, Shelby County Clerk Sue Carole Perry said our poll should be in good shape Tuesday for Election Day.

“I’ve got one hundred and fifty-six [volunteers],” she said.

Perry explained that the law requires two democrat and two republican volunteers at each of the 34 polling precincts for a total of 136 workers, leaving her with 20 alternates.


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