NBISD Superintendent Randy Moczygemba, left, joined by trustee candidates, watch as Comal County Clerk Bobbie Koepp, center, and Elections Administrator Cynthia Jaqua, right, explain how the county's KNOWiNK poll pads were used on Nov. 3.

Comal County officials are reviewing issues from the general election, addressing races unavailable on some ballots and postings of results hours after the polls closed Nov. 3.

Two weeks later, they attributed both to happenstance and growth. They say there’s not much they can do about the former but plenty ahead of the latter, when thousands more voters are expected at the polls in 2022.

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