Once a voter returns their absentee or mail ballot the ballot goes through several steps before election day and being counted.

As a reminder, ballots are returned to the auditor’s office in a ballot secrecy envelope and then that envelope is placed in a signature envelope in which the voter and their witness complete.  This dual envelope system allows the ballot to be tracked to the voter; however, when the time comes for reviewing the actual ballots, they can be separated from their names to ensure a private ballot.  

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