House Judiciary OKs bills for Supreme Court election runoff, absentee ballot delivery for voters confined at home

CHARLESTON – The House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday approved a bill to mandate a runoff for state Supreme Court elections where no candidate earns a clear majority vote. It also OK’d a bill to ensure people unable to leave their homes to vote can receive an emergency absentee ballot.

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