by Tasiyagnunpa Livermont
Tracie Henderson, Ziebach County Deputy Auditor, and Cindy Longbrake, Ziebach County Auditor, greet voters coming in to the Ziebach County Auditor’s Office to absentee vote or who have other questions. Photo by Tasiyagnunpa Livermont
Election Day workers (left to right) Janice Marple, Donna Teller and Vicky Moninger assist voters for the Red Elm precinct at Harry’s Hall in Dupree. As of 11 a.m., the precinct had seen 61 voters. Photo by Tasiyagnunpa Livermont
The South Dupree precinct workers (left to right) Kandice Hoffman, Faye Longbrake and Bonnie Mitchell assist voters at the poll in the Ziebach County Courthouse’s main floor. They expected about 130 voters throughout the course of the day and by mid-morning had seen 33 voters, mostly within an hour’s time early that morning. Photo by Tasiyagnunpa Livermont
As the South Dakota trademark wind howled down the streets on November 6, 2012, Dupree had a bit more traffic than usual, as residents of Ziebach County turned out to vote.
The Ziebach County Auditor’s office was quiet that morning, between phone calls inquiring as to where people’s specific polling places were or to absentee vote. The real fun begins for the auditor’s office after the polls close.
Voters registered in Ziebach County can absentee vote in our office until 3 p.m., said Tracie Henderson, Deputy Auditor.
Some would-be voters were turned away, because registering to vote ended on October 22.
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