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Local Sheriff says your vote counts

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Think your vote doesn't matter? Try telling that to the Morrill County Sheriff.

Two-years-ago, Morrill County Sheriff Milo Cardenas ended up tied with challenger Travis Petersen. Each candidate received 379 votes, and Cardenas won by drawing a high card.

He encourages people to vote for every race... from president to school board member... because every vote matters.

"Two years ago, it came down to a tie," recalls Sheriff Cardenas. "Just one vote can make a big difference on who you want in office. And its very important that everybody gets out there and votes on who they want to be in each office."

Polls close at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. And tune in to our live election coverage tonight to see if any races come down to drawing a high card.

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