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The incidents in King and Okanogan Counties brings up the question of the safety of election workers. A recent investigation showed election workers in 22 states said they had received threats or felt unsafe doing their jobs. We were concerned about that, and before Tuesday's election we asked Chelan County Auditor Skip Moore whether his office had received threats:

Around the time of the 2020 election, Moore said he welcomed anyone who wanted to know more about the vote counting process to see how the auditor's office conducted it. And Moore says some have taken him up on that:

Moore sums it up this way:

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