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Registrars work to ensure integrity of voting process

With the potential for voter fraud in the spotlight of many national news outlets, local voter registrars are ensuring that as many safeguards as possible are in place to guarantee the integrity of the voting process both for this fall’s upcoming presidential election, as well as future electoral contests.

According to Gloucester voter registrar Bobbi Morgan, her office places the utmost importance on making sure every vote is counted, fairly and accurately.

“It is the policy of the SBE (State Board of Elections) that each electoral board is responsible for the security of all voting systems under their control and that they shall take appropriate steps to provide for the security of these systems through the implementation of a local voting systems security program,” Morgan said. “While some details of each local jurisdiction’s security program may vary depending on the number and type of voting systems in use, the core considerations are similar for al...

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