WILLOWS, Calif. - Glenn County voters will receive new ballots in the mail due to a mistake on the initial ballot.
For voters in the city of Orland only the previous ballot included an error on Measure D, and left out the write-in selection for the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and for the Butte-Glenn County Community College District.
If you have already submitted your ballot, you must submit the corrected ballot that was mailed out on Monday.
The first ballot you sent in will be set aside and not counted at all.
Action News Now spoke with a community member who expressed her frustration for having to re-do her ballot.
"Took the time to be careful and thoughtful in how I was voting and got my ballot turned in already since it's an absentee ballot, and have to sit down and re-do the ballot all over again makes me quite frustrated," community member said. "We want this stuff done right the first time."
For all other voters in Glenn County, the write-in selection was also left out.
If you already sent in your ballot, you can either submit the replacement ballot or choose to do nothing and your ballot will still be processed.
The Glenn County Clerk's Office asks if you have not voted yet, to please use the corrected replacement ballot that was sent in the mail on Monday.
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