Join Aaron Keck every Tuesday afternoon for Chatham County Roundup, a recurring series that shines the spotlight on Chatham County through engaging discussions and interviews with locals, newsmakers, officials and more.
This week on Chatham County Roundup, join Aaron Keck for a conversation with county commissioner Karen Howard as they discuss reopening Chatham county schools, ongoing COVID-19 concerns, hurricane season and what exactly elections are going to look like in the near future.
“Obviously we’re always also looking ahead at election day, which is another huge event in 2020, that’s going to be coming up and just a matter of a couple of months,” said Howard. “Which, thank goodness on the one hand, this campaign season will be over. But on the other hand, it’s coming up quick and preparations have to be made in the middle of a pandemic, both to staff the polls and to get people ready to, to vote either in person or during early voting or absentee, which a lot of people are going to be taking advantage of this year.”
Listen below for the full conversation, and tune in weekly for conversations about Chatham County happenings, people, news and more.
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