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Herriman asks Judge to Discard Votes in Jordan District Split

Herriman asks Judge to Discard Votes in Jordan District Split



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Mary Richards, KSL Newsradio How about this for a defense against the Jordan School District split: Just don't count the votes.

Herriman says it's probably too late for their lawsuit to keep the Jordan split off the ballot. So, they've asked a federal judge to make sure the votes just aren't counted this November.

Herriman and other cities say it's unfair they won't be able to vote on the split, but state officials told the judge everything is going according to the law.

Expect a ruling by election day.

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