RivCo Supervisors to consider policy changes, purchases to improve 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
RIVERSIDE - The Nov. 3 general election posed challenges for the Riverside County Registrar of Voters' Office and created confusion among some residents, but the process can be smoothed out in the future with policy changes, according to a report that the Board of Supervisors will review today. Under a board directive issued in early December, the Executive Office and registrar's staff initiated an "After-Action Review'' of the 2020 election and the lingering ramifications of the problems that surfaced. The report does not point to the same irregularities and alleged fraud that resulted in a flurry of lawsuits and forensic audits, including the one underway in neighboring Arizona, following the presidential contest. However, the county's difficulties do highlight the need for changes to
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