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Ballot shortage spurs panel to form a new subcommittee

The state Elections Commission lets voting chief Nago elude punishment

By Mary Vorsino

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 28, 2012

~~<p>The state Elections Commission opted not to fire or discipline Chief Election Officer Scott Nago after a meeting Tuesday and instead will form a subcommittee to study the ballot shortages that led to long lines and frustrated voters on election day.</p>
<p>Commission Chairman William Marston said the subcommittee will issue a report in January, after which additional action could be taken.</p>
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The state Elections Commission opted not to fire or discipline Chief Election Officer Scott Nago after a meeting Tuesday and instead will form a subcommittee to study the ballot shortages that led to long lines and frustrated voters on election day.

Commission Chairman William Marston said the subcommittee will issue a report in January, after which additional action could be taken. Login for more...



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