READING, Pa. — Berks County is looking for a person to take over the elections office. It only happened twice in a little more than a year.
The county announced on Thursday that the director of election services, Ronald Rutkowski, is going to be leaving his job. He will finish on Friday, October 8.
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Debbie Olivieri retired on October 2, 2020. That is almost 1 year to the day after she was gone.
For more than 16 years, Rutkowski has served as a county employee in the controller’s office and election services.
Officials in St. Charles County said in a statement that they want to assure the public that Rutkowski’s departure will not affect the upcoming general election, which is set for November 2.
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