(Oregon City, OR) -- Clackamas County Clerk Sherry Hall says she should have acted faster when they learned thousands of ballots for the Primary Election had blurred bar codes. Hall says 200 county employees have volunteered to help transfer votes from bad ballots to ballots that can be read by a machine. It takes one person from each party to transfer the votes. Three other counties have offered help and Hall says they'll accept the offers. They have to get the counting finished and the election certified by June 13th.