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By KARLA POMEROY
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Council candidates could face opposition from write-ins

 

August 18, 2022



WORLAND — With each Worland City Council race receiving write-in votes, the candidates that were on the ballot in Tuesday’s primary election could face opposition in the November general election.

It takes three eligible write-in votes for someone to officially be nominated. The person must accept and pay the filing fee to be on the ballot in November. Write-in candidates will not be known...



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