GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) - Mesa County elections officials are telling voters not to worry if their middle names show up first on their ballot envelopes.
The Mesa County Clerk and Recorder's Office says voters should still sign their names as usual on the back of the envelope, even though some address envelopes have the voter names printed out of order.
According to KREX-TV, Mesa County Clerk Sheila Reiner says the out-of-order names will not change the approval process because names will be placed in proper order once the voter's signature is validated in the elections system.
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