TUPELO, Miss. (WTVA) - Lee County's Circuit Clerk, Camille Dulaney, said she is working with state and county leaders to keep voters safe during the presidential election.
Dulaney said staff will spray and wipe down voting stations in between voters.
She will also have extra poll workers to make sure voters are social distancing and wearing masks.
Dulaney feels it will be a smoother election because of the extra precautions.
"Because the poll workers will have time to take the time in between voters to clean and that kind of stuff so I think it will actually be better," she said.
The state attorney's office will provide face shields and gloves for all workers.
State leaders will send hand sanitizer and individual pens for voters.
Also, the county's board of supervisors will supply shields to separate poll workers and voters.
Dulaney said she will start setting up poll sites once the state drops off the paper ballots.