Board of Elections fires temp worker

Montgomery County Board of Elections temporary part-time worker Robin Dodge (R) was fired yesterday for marking on an absentee ballot application that was being processed.

She had worked as a poll worker previously and was hired by Deputy Director Betty Smith.

As is policy at the Montgomery County Board of Elections, a Democrat was present while the application was being opened.

It will be up to the Montgomery County Prosecutor to decide if criminal charges are warranted.

The deadline for applying for absentee ballots is fast approaching with the election in 6 days.

Considering former BOE workers have been actively engaged in releasing other allegations of improprieties, maybe the prosecutor should be doing a thorough investigation and background checks on all current employees?


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