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With only two weeks left until the May primary ballot on May 17, the Adams County Elections and Voter Registration Office is working overtime to get mail-in ballots to county residents.

Voted printed papers on white surface

Mail-in ballots are sent to voters who requested one earlier in the year.

“It’s late because redistricting caused us to be two weeks behind. We just got ballots last week,” said Director Angie Crouse. “We’re working overtime to get them out the door.”

Crouse said the redistricting challenges in the state courts slowed down the elections process and the ballots were certified more than 2 weeks later than normal.

The office started mailing ballots on Friday and expects to have them all mailed by tomorrow.

Crouse said the office was very busy with ballot preparation and pollworker training.

Ballots can be mailed or dropped off at the Adams County Courthouse on weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

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