A discussion about paper ballots ended up getting filed away at Tuesday night’s White County Quorum Court meeting because it wasn’t on the agenda, but a packed house showed up expecting the issue to be addressed.

Conrad Reynolds, who tried to unseat Second District Congressional Rep. French Hill in last May’s Republican primary and is the chief executive and founder of Arkansas Voter Integrity Initiative Inc., attended the meeting and visited with the justices of the peace before it started.

Information for this article was contributed by The Associated Press and PBS.

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