Wed Apr 21, 2021

Elections office over budget, asking for more money next fiscal year

Elections board member Brenda Ebron looks over the CARES Act expenditure sheet for the 2020 election during a March 19 meeting. Staff photo by Ivey Schofield

The Columbus County Board of Elections plans to ask county commissioners for almost $179,000 more for the 2021-2022 fiscal year after going over budget in 2020.

“I’m going to budget for the worst case scenario,” Elections Director Carla Strickland said during her board’s budget meeting March 19. “I always do.”


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