Some election judges gave amendment instructions
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An election watchdog group has received calls that some election judges in at least six counties have been telling voters if they leave ballot questions blank, it will constitute a "no" vote.
Mike Pignato, an attorney working at the Election Protection hotline, says that could be an issue because calling attention to one candidate or ballot initiative could be construed as being improper.
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