In this final segment, the group gives a brief summary and wrap up. There are several more counties across the state that are watching Duchesne to see if this works out well. If it does, more counties may be implementing the same system for their elections as well.
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In this segment, the conversation continues with more about access to voters. The county averages 25% voter turn-out normally for an election, and this year with the new system in place, they have already reached 25% participation, and the primary is still three weeks away from the date of this taping.
Additionally, the panel discusses the pros and cons of this new system.
In this segment, the panel goes more in depth about the process of voting by mail, and the fact that it actually opens up voting to more individuals, and how that’s a good thing for any election.
On this week’s episode of The County Seat, Chad Booth sits down with representatives from Duchesne County to talk about the recent decision by the county to move to an all mail-in ballot voting system.
There’s been an ample amount of perceived controversy within the county on the issue, and in this episode, the panel addresses all the questions. First up, what went into the decision and how are they implementing it?
In this week’s episode, Chad sat down with representatives from Duchesne County to discuss their recent decision to move to an all mail-in ballot system for that county. In the episode (which you can view by visiting http://www.thecountyseat.tv) they gave their reasons for making this move, and the impacts that mail-in voting will have across the board.
In this extended conversation, the panel goes more in-depth about the pros and cons, political party impacts, and effects this change will have across the entire state of Utah.