Jackson County Clerk, Chris Walker, says as ballots come into the elections office they are run through a machine that identifies the voter’s signature. Once the signature is verified, then voters can check to see if their ballot has been accepted.
“Once that process happens, and it goes through signature verification, then we have an updated status on that, that we actually push to the voter registration and that’s when you’ll be able to see your ballot is in that accepted status,” said Walker.
Walker says it takes a couple days to process everyone’s ballot.
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