Woman Mysteriously Winds Up On Ballot
A Yakima woman is concerned after finding herself listed as a candidate on a ballot, despite never declaring candidacy.
Sarah Glasscock opened her primary ballot envelope on Sunday to find herself listed as a candidate for a Republican precinct committee post in Yakima.
Her declaration on this ballot arrived as a fax from a New Jersey phone number that belongs to a Japanese manufacturing firm.
Along with the fax included a signature she used to register to vote when she was 18.
Glasscock says she filed a fraud complaint with the police and county elections, but it is already too late to have her name removed from the ballot.
She says she is urging voters not to vote for her on the primary ballot.
"I don't want to pull votes away from two women who are very capable, and are actually republicans, and are actually interested in a position," says Glasscock
If Glasscock gains the most votes among the three candidates, she could immediately resign.