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Tossed absentee ballots at 1,036

2013 ID law cited in May rejections

Posted: July 27, 2014 at 5:27 a.m.

Members of the Mississippi County Election Commission said they agonized over each of the 172 absentee ballots that were disqualified during the May 20 primary election -- most of them because the voters did not include valid IDs under a newly enacted Arkansas law.

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A listing of the ten counties with the most disqualified absentee ballots during the May primary election.

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