Republican election controversy roils before first vote cast
Politics » Party looks to electronic voting to speed up election, but security fears loom.
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But Jenkins said that, by then, there would be no way to correct the results.
The Utah Republican Party’s election committee is scheduled to meet Tuesday and hear the concerns from both Buhler and Jenkins. Jenkins said that, based on the outcome of that meeting, he will decide whether he needs to go to court to try to block the electronic voting.
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