Busy Ballot Waiting for Saline Co. Voters
KSAL Staff - November 3, 2014 1:10 pm
Elections Director Bryan Caskey said Monday that the office has re-examined a state law that makes it a felony to disclose a ballot's contents and concluded it applies to election officials but not voters themselves.
A note at the bottom of the official 2014 General Election Ballot reminds Saline County residents to: Vote Both Sides Of Ballot.
Saline County Clerk and Elections Officer Don Merriman tells KSAL News that with national, state and local offices up for grabs – plus four ballot questions to decide on it would benefit voters to be prepared, “We’ve got sample ballots here in the office or folks can go online to voterview.org and find it,” he said.
Merriman is predicting a fifty five-percent turnout on November 4th and says his staff is ready, “As long as you are registered as unaffiliated or with the three parties; Republican, Democratic or Libertarian, come out and vote.”
Polls are open on Tuesday, November 4th from 7am to 7pm.
NewsRadio 1150 KSAL will have live coverage of election returns on air following the vote.