Pulaski County is to get state monitors for upcoming elections. The state Board of Elections ruled yesterday that one monitor will be sent to Maumelle`s special sales tax election on February tenth. The board also sent a letter to the Pulaski County Election Commission asking it which polls it wants watched during the May 18th primary. The Pulaski County commission director said commissioners would wait until after the Maumelle election to meet and decide. The request for the monitors came earlier this month from prosecutor Larry Jegley, who argued that state observation is necessary. Jegley has filed a petition in circuit court seeking the removal of Pulaski County clerk Carolyn Staley. The clerk`s office is in charge of maintaining voter rolls in the county.