DAILY LEADER/ RACHEL EIDE / Lincoln County Circuit Clerk Dustin Bairfield gets the county's new ballot bags ready in the clerk's office Friday morning in preparation for the June 3 Democratic and Republican primaries. The lightweight, wheeled ballot bags were purchased with a grant and will replace the old heavy ballot boxes previously used in local elections. There are 31 new blue bags for the Democratic ballots and 31 new red bags for the Republican ballots. Also on Friday, the clerk's office was busy getting the voting machines calibrated by personnel from Election Systems and Software Co., the state contract firm that services the voting equipment.
DAILY LEADER/ RACHEL EIDE / Lincoln County Circuit Clerk Dustin Bairfield gets the county's new ballot bags ready in the clerk's office Friday morning in preparation for the June 3 Democratic and Republican primaries. The lightweight, wheeled ballot bags were purchased with a grant and will replace the old heavy ballot boxes previously used in local elections. There are 31 new blue bags for the Democratic ballots and 31 new red bags for the Republican ballots. Also on Friday, the clerk's office was busy getting the voting machines calibrated by personnel from Election Systems and Software Co., the state contract firm that services the voting equipment.

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