The Livingston County Board of Elections says dozens of ballots are in question for the Republican primary for Sheriff. This after some voters were given the wrong ballots.
Current numbers show Undersheriff Jim Szczesniak and sheriff's investigator Tom Dougherty split the Republican and Conservative vote. Szczesniak won the Conservative line by just one vote.
Election commissioners tell us there's a possibility some Republicans were given Conservative ballots, and vice versa.
Roughly 59 ballots given to early voters in two districts are now in question.
Commissioners won't know the exact number until they unseal the "ballot bag" next Monday.
There are also 91 absentee ballots that still need to be counted.