Will It Be Safe At The Polls?

  • Madelyn Rains, an administrative assistant at the Oklahoma County Election Board, trains poll workers before the June 30 primary. Rains holds up a card with contact information that will be given to each worker in case they have questions or encounter a problem on election day. Whitney Bryen/Oklahoma Watch
    Madelyn Rains, an administrative assistant at the Oklahoma County Election Board, trains poll workers before the June 30 primary. Rains holds up a card with contact information that will be given to each worker in case they have questions or encounter a problem on election day. Whitney Bryen/Oklahoma Watch
  • Will It Be Safe At The Polls?
    Will It Be Safe At The Polls?
The reopening of Oklahoma’s economy has brought thousands of people back into stores and workplaces, many of whom are choosing not to wear face masks or bother with social distancing. A question on the minds of election officials is whether a similar scenario will play out when thousands of voters head for the polls starting next week for the primary election, raising the risk of spreading the…
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