What To Do If Your Ballot Is Damaged

MEDFORD, Ore. – If your dog ate your ballot, or it got damaged in any way, the Jackson County Elections Office says it has a solution.

“All we can do is ascertain based on what the voter has marked and as a four person mixed party affiliation board, they determine the voter intent in the case of a damaged ballot,” said Jackson County Clerk Chris Walker.

A panel is used when a ballot arrives damaged, but the elections office can also re-issue a replacement ballot if you haven’t sent it in. The County Clerk says just call the office and they can help you.

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