Knox Clerk gets voting machines ready for November’s election
James Sloan (far left) and Tim Sammons (far right) of the Kentuckiana Election Services came in and began setting up the 80-plus voting machines that will be used in Knox County’s November election.
Knox County Clerk Mike Corey (center) kept a close watch as each machine was loaded with the ballots and programmed. Once the voting machines are set up, he said, security protocols are put in place to keep anyone from tampering with the machines before the election.
The voting registration deadline is close of business, Monday, Oct. 6, at the Knox County Clerk’s office.