SCEC Chairman Takes His Lumps, Acknowledging More Likely Glitches on Election Day
Effect of previous problems likely to result in lower-than-expected turnout, says Meyers, adding that extra precautions at polls would result in slower voting and later returns than usual.
August 2, 2012 at 11:16AM
Give this to Robert Meyers, the mild-mannered and much-beleaguered chairman of the Shelby County Election Commission: He understands that he is accountable to the public, and he is willing to be a stand-up guy about the numerous ongoing glitches in the county’s election process. Meeting with members of the media at the Commission’s Nixon Drive headquarters on Wednesday, Meyers, an attorney, offered no false reassurances and took his lumps.