KENTUCKY – November 24, 2018
The shortage of poll workers could not be resolved in Kentucky, even though the problem was announced a few days before Election Day. According to official data, there were about 15,000 people working, which was not enough to perform at the appropriate level.
Consequently, there were long lines and a lack of ballots, with no one to print them. The lack of people was due to a lack of wages, although it was officially stated that workers would receive from $100 to $300 for a 13-hour day. Apparently not many were interested in such a salary, and...