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Poll workers and other volunteers brought ballots from all over Greene County to the historic counthouse where other volunteers sorted and counted them. KSMU's Missy Shelton spoke with KSMU reporter Megan Keathley who was there on election night.
Shelton: We go now on the phone to KSMU's Megan Keathley who is standing by at the Greene County Courthouse watching as the ballots are coming in. Megan, what's the scene like there tonight?
Keathley: When I got here an hour or so ago, the ballots were still pouring and they're still coming in at a pretty steady rate right now...boxes and boxes full of ballots to be sorted by volunteers.
Shelton: Megan, we heard earlier in the evening something about precincts having to dip into their reserves to provide ballots, even that a couple of precincts ran out of ballots but we understand that's NOT the case. What can you tell us about that?
Keathley: I asked County Clerk Richard Struckhoff if some precincts had run out of ballots. He told me that not only is it not true, it's not possible. All voting stations in Greene County are equipped with voting machines and as long as these machines are operational, it's not possible for anyone to run out of ballots. He said one or two precincts ran low on Republican paper ballots. That's what we have on that issue but Struckhoff said anyone who wanted to vote in Greene County had the opportunity to do so.