Board moves forward with policy changes to improve future elections

File Photo: Voter Arnett Mango receives his "I voted" sticker after casting his ballot in Lake Elsinore on Election Day. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
By PAUL J. YOUNG RIVERSIDE  - The Board of Supervisors today tentatively approved a series of steps to improve how future elections in Riverside County are managed, but appropriations for the modifications will be decided after the start of the next fiscal year. ``We have to maintain integrity and continue working to achieve trust among our constituents,'' board Chair Karen Spiegel said. ``The ultimate goal for all of us is to make sure we improve the process, improve trust, and people shouldn't lose sight of that.'' The board was presented with an 11-page ``After-Action Review'' of the 2020 election and the lingering ramifications of the problems that surfaced. The report was jointly authored by staff from the Office of the Registrar of Voters and the Executive Office. The report did
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