Bradford County gives advice to ensure your vote is secure

first_imgBradford County election officials say if a ballot is not in that envelope, it won’t be counted. Miller says they are doing all they can to make sure it’s a safe and secure election. After filling out the ballot, residents can send their ballot through the mail or deliver it to the elections office. TOWANDA, Pa. (WBNG) — The Bradford County Office of Elections is sharing advice on how to make sure your vote is counted following a state Supreme Court ruling. The court ruled ballots have to be rejected if they are not enclosed in a proper secrecy envelope. Darryl Miller, the election board chairman, says the county’s polling places will be open for people who feel comfortable voting in person. “If you choose to do an absentee ballot or a mail in ballot, to get that request in as early as possible,” Miller said. “Fill out the ballot and return it as early as possible.” last_img read more