On Oct. 4, the Mat-Su Borough Assembly will hold a public hearing to decide on whether to ban voting machines and mandate hand count tabulation of all borough elections. Introduced on Sept. 27, the ordinance requires a hand count of all ballots at the
Brian Endle, who is running for Mat-Su Borough Assembly, is on a mission to ensure that all votes in Mat-Su Borough elections are hand counted. He’s part of an coalition of concerned citizens who want to do away with Dominion voting machines for all borough
Two days into an audit, which includes hand counting more than 300,000 ballots from the recent general election, there are no significant changes with regard to the outcome of Ballot Measure 2. “What we’re finding so far is nothing significant
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