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Absentee ballots 'smudge' snafu needs erasers

More than 100,000 Santa Clara County mail-in ballots need to have an ink smudge hand erased before they can be counted, in a major mail-in ballot snafu.

There will be more, Supervisor Liz Kniss said today.

About 80 percent of the ballots in the county are mail-in.

More information to follow.

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