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Clerk-Recorder mails correct voter information; absentee voters can recast their ballots

In an effort to correct the mistake in voter information packets, the Nevada County Clerk-Recorder’s office announced it has sent out additional mailers and has plans to mail more.

Clerk-Recorder Kathleen Smith also said absentee voters who filled out their ballots would be allowed to recast them if their decision changed based on having the correct information in their voting packets.

The original voter information packet that was mailed had the expenditure plan for Grass Valley’s Measure T with information about Nevada City’s Measure S, which raised concerns Nevada City residents would think they were paying for road repairs in Grass Valley. Grass Valley voters were not given the expenditure plan for their half-cent sales tax measure.


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