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Officials investigating report of woman at Utah poll who turned voters away

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Posted at 2:49 PM, Nov 03, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-03 16:51:43-05

DUCHESNE COUNTY, Utah — Officials in one Utah county are investigating a report of a woman who stood outside a state polling location Tuesday and turned voters away.

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A woman on Facebook posted information on the woman who allegedly was outside the one Duchesne County polling location and told voters to leave. According to the social media post, the woman was not an election employee and was removed from the area.

JoAnn Evans, the Clerk-Auditor of Duchesne County, told FOX 13 the Duchesne County Sheriff's Office was investigating the report.

Throughout Election Day, there have been very few reports of voter intimidation in Utah.

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