Submitted to Branson Globe
TANEY COUNTY, Mo. – Taney County officials announced they will be conducting the June 2 General Municipal Election as a Drive Thru Election to protect both the poll workers and voters during the COVID -19 pandemic. Officials ask that voters come prepared with the following: Bring a smooth surface to put your ballot on; Example, a magazine, cardboard, etc. Bring your ID: IDs will not be scanned. Judges will manually enter your information from your ID into the poll pad.
The PollPads will be sanitized for each voter. A pen to mark your ballot will be provided. The pen will be retained and sanitized for future elections. There will be a ballot box or voting machine available to drop ballots into.
Voters may bring any personal protection they feel is necessary.
“We are all working together to provide a safe environment for elections.”
The voting locations have porticos to protect both Judges and Voters from the weather.
The names of current polling places and the name and address of the drive thru temporary polling place for this June 2 Election are listed at: https:/media.taneycounty.org/pdf.php?3902.
For more information, call the Taney County Clerk’s Office at 417-546-7249.