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Alabama: another investigation into high absentee voting

The Randolph Leader reports: Fifth Judicial District Attorney E. Paul Jones has confirmed he has requested an investigation of absentee ballots in last Tuesday's primary but said his letter has been mailed so recently the attorney general's office may not have received it. ...

Of the county's 15,455 registered voters, in uncertified results a total of 3,856 votes were cast or almost 25 percent in a light turnout for a primarily local election. There will be no Democratic runoffs July 15; only two statewide Republican races will be decided. -- The Randolph Leader: News

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