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Absentee ballot applications for Allegany County sent out

August 27th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

According to a new CNBC poll, a smaller share of voters expect to vote by mail in November’s election now than did two weeks ago. The shift comes as Americans grapple with concerns about whether changes to the U.S. Postal Service will hinder efforts to count an unprecedented number of mail-in ballots. Despite concerns coming from the White House that the vote by mail process could lead to wide spread voter fraud- and a compromised election- locally no major problems are anticipated. Diane Loibel (Lie-bull), Allegany County Board of Elections administrator, tells WCBC News that applications for absentee ballots were mailed this week…

One Response to “Absentee ballot applications for Allegany County sent out”

  1. August 27, 2020 at 1:07 pm, Jay said:

    interesting that whoever edited this article indicated the phonetic pronunciation for Diane Loibel’s name as lie-bull. I would take that as a subliminal message from Aydellote to say that he thinks she’s lying about no major problems with voter fraud.


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