Software SNAFU slows vote count

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Election results tape piles up on the chair as election judges Jill Whitehead, left, Sylvia Shugart, center, and Lois Thomas check early, absentee and alternate tapes Tuesday evening at the Curry County Courthouse. CNJ staff photo: Eric Kluth. CNJ STAFF A problem with new computers and software required by state legislation slowed down vote counting […]

County finds low-cost way to build new events center

By Jack King Curry County commissioners may have found a way to build a special events center at a price the county can afford, Commissioner Pete Hulder said Tuesday. Hulder, a member of the commission’s special events center subcommittee, said he has talked with county maintenance supervisor Lee Delk about remodeling the rodeo arena at […]

Clovis’ day of double voting could cause citizens confusion

Ryan Lengerich Motivating many Americans to vote once can be challenging. Today many Clovis residents will be asked to vote twice. The Clovis Public School special bond election will collide with the nationally publicized presidential caucus election today, leaving some local officials concerned over voter confusion. “These are two separate things that are going on,” […]

Funding race tightens as counties tally more votes

By Gary Mitchell Curry County election officials have determined they have four ballots not counted from Tuesday’s special election and those will be turned over to the canvassing board today. Still up in the air is the outcome of a proposed constitutional amendment to increase the yearly amount paid out of the so-called Land Grant […]