MONROE COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI)-Decision 2018 isn’t completely decided. In three weeks Mississippi voters head back to the polls for run-offs.
That has some circuit clerks scrambling. In some counties they have to finish counting the affidavit ballots and getting official results from the first round certified.
After that, work for the runoff begins. Getting ballots, scheduling poll workers, and preparing for absentees all over again.
“We will also be getting ready to get the packets ready to mail out any absentee voters ballot’s to them for the runoff election. Of course I won’t have the ballots until sometime next week, but we will have everything ready. So the day we receive the ballots we can get them in the mail and just get ready to do it all over again,” said Dana Sloan.
The runoff election will be Tuesday, November 27th.