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Vote count off by 132 ballots

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By James Roberts

More than 100 votes from Tuesday night's primary election were not counted, but while the votes narrowed a few victory margins, election results remain the same.

Taylor County Clerk Mark Carney noticed a zero from the New City East precinct when putting together his voter turnout list Thursday morning.

"I realized that the card from one of the new machines had not been read," Carney said.

Carney checked the machine and found the card still inside. He contacted the State Board of Elections, who assured him everything was OK.


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