Boone County comes up with coronavirus plan for presidential election in Arkansas

County will apply for federal grants to pay for safety measures

By Caitlin Sinett
KY3 News

HARRISON, Ark. -- The state of Arkansas asked each county to come up with a coronavirus plan just in case they need one for November.

Boone County already spent about $3,500 for plexiglass shields that will be set up where voters check in. The Boone County Election Center also spent more than $2,500 for supplies like styluses, hand sanitizer, crowd control barriers, and spray bottles.

All of that will go to the 13 voting centers in the county. READ MORE.

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