Cherokee Elections Chief Fired Amid Investigation

The Cherokee Board of Elections voted to unanimously fire Janet Munda, who is facing a criminal investigation not related to voting irregularities or election procedures.

Credit: Patch
Credit: Patch
Cherokee County Elections Supervisor Janet Munda has been terminated from her position.

The Cherokee County Board of Elections and Registration unanimously voted to fire Munda from her position she's held for 10 years during a called meeting late Wednesday morning, according to the Cherokee Tribune

Board Chair Randy Gravley said Munda is under a criminal investigation not related to voting irregularities or elections procedures.

Kim Stancil is currently acting as the interim supervisor. 

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Stephen Woodworth July 02, 2014 at 01:29 PM
So why are these appointed officials given a county charge card? In private business, we have to file for reimbursement for expenses, which means that there is at least one level of expense review. Yet government hands out a plastic blank check. Great play, Shakespeare.
John Galt July 02, 2014 at 07:16 PM
They work for the county (government),they are special!!!!!!They do not care about the people's money


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