Nutter taps voters to aid Election Day investigation

Mayra Acevedo, of Hunting Park, was a registered voter but not on the voter list. She didn't get a provisional ballot. She holds a sheet of contact numbers for help.
Mayra Acevedo, of Hunting Park, was a registered voter but not on the voter list. She didn't get a provisional ballot. She holds a sheet of contact numbers for help. (ALEJANDRO A. ALVAREZ / Staff)
Posted: January 29, 2013

HEY, PHILLY VOTERS. The Nutter administration wants to hear about your Election Day experience.

After more than 27,000 voters were forced to use provisional ballots in the Nov. 6 presidential election, more than double the amount in 2008, Nutter established a "fact-finding team" last month to investigate what happened that day. City Controller Alan Butkovitz has also launched an investigation.

Part of the Nutter administration's investigation includes hearing from voters. Public meetings are scheduled from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Feb. 6 in City Hall room 202 and Feb. 28 at Bright Hope Baptist Church, 1601 N. 12th St. Voters can also share their stories or make recommendations by visiting phila.gov/election2012 or by calling or texting 267-209-FACT.


On Twitter: @Jan_Ransom

Blog: PhillyClout.com

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