Phil McGrane demonstrates Ada County’s vote tabulation equipment at the Ada County Elections Office in January 2016. McGrane, the county’s deputy clerk, has filed initial paperwork to replace his boss, Chris Rich, who will retire after next year’s election.
Phil McGrane demonstrates Ada County’s vote tabulation equipment at the Ada County Elections Office in January 2016. McGrane, the county’s deputy clerk, has filed initial paperwork to replace his boss, Chris Rich, who will retire after next year’s election. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Phil McGrane demonstrates Ada County’s vote tabulation equipment at the Ada County Elections Office in January 2016. McGrane, the county’s deputy clerk, has filed initial paperwork to replace his boss, Chris Rich, who will retire after next year’s election. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Phil McGrane, longtime elections official, sets sights on Ada County clerk’s office

November 03, 2017 11:08 AM

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