Ballot Printing Errors Delay Election Result For Two Days – Former Trump Appointee Narrowly Wins

Former Interior Department Secretary Ryan Zinke has officially won the Republican primary to represent Montana’s First District. He narrowly won 41.7% to 39.8% against his opponent Al Olszewski.

The results were delayed two days due to ballot printing errors.

From Just The News:

Former Interior Department Secretary Ryan Zinke narrowly won the Republican primary to represent Montana’s District 1 in the U.S. House.

Zinke, whom former President Donald Trump endorsed, beat his opponent, Al Olszewski, by just over 1,600 votes, or 41.7% to 39.8%, according to the Associated Press.

Ballot printing errors delayed the results of Zinke’s primary by two days, the Associated Press reported. A Lincoln County was forced to hand count the results after a vendor printed the ballots on the wrong sized paper. Under Montana law, all ballots must be either manually counted or counted by a machine, the secretary of state’s office said.

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