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ACLU Wants Election Results

ACLU Wants Election Results



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OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- The American Civil Liberties Union wants to see voting records for the Ogden mayor's race.

The ACLU is filing a public records request for information from the Weber County clerk's office.

The ACLU is seeking documents providing detailed information regarding voter challenges, provisional ballots and complaints over the Nov. 6 election.

Mayor Matthew Godfrey won the election over challenger Councilwoman Susan Van Hooser by 449 votes.

The ACLU says it has received about 20 complaints.

------ Information from: Standard-Examiner

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