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Sample Ballot Irregularities Raise a Red Flag

The following is a press release issued by the Elections Office at 4:59 PM via email.

Press Release:
June 3, 2014
From The Eric Rood Government Center
Gregory J. Diaz, County Clerk-Registrar of Voters

It came to my attention at approximately 2:00 pm this afternoon from a campaign manager that some sample ballots did not follow the Supervisorial rotation with regard to the District Attorney and Superior Court Judge contests. The official ballots are correct. I repeat, the official ballots voted on by the voters are correct.  I sincerely apologize for any confusion this may have causedthe voters.

Upon notification that some sample ballots were incorrect regarding the Supervisorial rotation, each affected precinct was notified by my office.  We asked those precinct board members to notify each and every voter to review the official ballot before casting their vote, as their sample ballot may not match the official ballot.

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