Reader wonders how voting twice is possible
Editor, the Advocate:
I'm wondering how the Calhoun County Democratic Party chairwoman's voting twice in the primary election could have happened in the first place.
How did she get past the precinct judge and clerks at her polling place on Election Day? They should have had a record of all the early voters and made sure that no voter (whether she's having a "senior moment" or whatever other reason) votes more than once in the primary.
What went wrong?
Joan Moritz, Victoria