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Ballot Drop-Off Box in Owensboro Being Removed to Stop 'Voter Confusion'

Voting officials in Owensboro say the mail-in ballot drop-off box at the former Burke's Outlet at Towne Square is being removed due to confused voters placing live ballots inside of it.

Posted: Oct 23, 2020 10:23 AM
Updated: Oct 23, 2020 10:35 AM

Officials in Daviess County say the Mail-In Ballot Drop-off Box at the former Burke's Outlet at Towne Square is being removed to stop voter confusion.

According to Daviess County Chief Deputy Clerk Richard House, some voters in the area have been filling out ballots and dropping them into the Mail-In Drop-off Box instead of scanning them in at the Voting Center.

House says that when the ballot box was checked, two marked ballots were discovered. The Board of Elections is planning to discuss the ballots at their Tuesday, Oct. 27 meeting.

Link: Mail Delay Leads to Multiple Ballot Mishap for Evansville Voter

Mail-In Ballots can still be dropped off at:

  1. The Daviess County Courthouse
  2. The Daviess County Operations Center
  3. Western Kentucky University Owensboro
  4. Daviess County Public Library
  5. Whitesville City Hall
  6. Doodle Bugs Market in Knottsville, KY


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