County election results will not be delayed as long as thought

The Grays Harbor County Commissioners announced that the furlough day that was scheduled for November 9th will be changed for those who will be working on ballot counts.

County Auditor Vern Spatz brought it to attention of the Commissioners that there was a conflict for ballot counting that is set to take place on Friday November 9th and asked for the furlough day of three employees in the Auditor’s Office to be moved to November 30th unless a problem arises with that date.

Because of this change the previously reported delay between the first and second counts will not be an entire week. With the Holiday on the 12th the second count was set to take place the 13th of November.



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