OGDEN -- The Weber County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved the poll workers hired for the 2012 primary elections and discussed the election plan.
The approval came during the commission's weekly meeting at the Weber Center, 2380 Washington Blvd.
Weber County Elections Director Jennifer Morrell presented a tentative list of poll workers and the plan to the commission. Morrell said 195 poll workers will be spread across 39 polling locations.
"It's a balancing act to be fiscally conservative and meet the needs of the public," she said. Along with the polling locations, there will be six vote centers.
"This will be a unique situation, so we are excited to see how they will turn out," Morrell said.
In all, the county expects a 30 percent voter turnout for the primary elections June 26.
Weber County Commissioner Craig Dearden said with all the options that citizens have, including early voting, there is no excuse to not vote.
For more voting information visit http://www.co.weber.ut.us/Clerk_Auditor/Election/index.php.