If there's one thing that is sure to accompany any election, it is controversy. During the Dec. 14 meeting of the Washington County Fiscal Court, several concerns were raised about the special election held Dec. 8 to determine the new state senator in the 14th District.
“The only thing that didn't look right was when they were getting ready to scan my ballot, it was face-up and the poll worker could see my vote,” said magistrate Morris Sweazey.
Magistrate Billy Riney had another concern.
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