The election may seem like old news to most residents of Sheridan County, but they're just coming to a close from a financial viewpoint. Eda Thompson, County Clerk, explains.
All in all, the primary and general elections combined cost approximately $91,000 for Sheridan and its outlying entities. This is the earliest election debts have been paid off. Just as everything seems like it's starting to settle down, Sheridan County staffers are already thinking about the next election and what may be on the ballot.
The Capital Facilities Tax was last affirmed by voters in 2009.