Levy poll worker ignorant of rules
I was a poll worker in the Nov. 9 special election on the school-library levy. During early voting, I helped an elderly woman with a knee injury at the county registrar's office. I had no sooner helped her to the voting booth when an election worker approached her and said in a clear, distinct voice: "A lot of them are voting no."
I was appalled, and told my story to an employee of the clerk's office.
Later, on Election Day, at my duty station at Grandview School, I heard another election official tell someone, "A lot of them are voting no." I asked him how he could possibly know about secret ballots, and he told me that he had a friend who worked at the clerk's office and they had informed him.
Again, I was shocked and saddened that a poll worker could be so ignorant of the rules.
Politicians are traitors to the Constitution