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Currently, 83 percent of Pennsylvania voters use direct-recording electronic systems, or DREs — voting machines that produce no paper ballot for voters to verify before leaving their polling places and that therefore leave no paper trail to follow if election results are contested. DREs are computer systems.

More than $114 million has been set aside for new voting machines. Sen. Frank LaRose, a Republican from Hudson and a candidate for Secretary of State, said each county will get at least $205,000, with the counties with the most voters each getting $406,000. “The remaining dollars would be allocated ...
Counties would get nearly $115 million in state money to replace aging voting machines in time for the 2019 election under a bill expected to pass the legislature this spring. Total funding largely matches the estimate of what it would cost to replace all voting machines in Ohio with the lowest cost ...
In Clinton County's case, voting machines are around 10 years old. According to Chief Clerk Jann Meyers, and a report released by CCAP, new voting machines range from $2,500 to $3,000. The cost does not include central counting systems, supplies, programming and maintenance agreements.
For the first time in 14 years, Washoe County is going to have new voting machines. The new machines are large tablets, about two feet tall and one foot wide. At a price of $4.2 million dollars for the whole system, the tablets will provide a number of new accessibility and usability improvements.
More than $114million has been set aside for new voting machines. Sen. Frank LaRose, a Republican from Hudson and a candidate for Secretary of State, says each county will get at least $205,000, with the counties with the most voters each getting $406,000. “The remaining dollars would be allocated on ...
About $114.5 million would be allocated to Ohio's 88 counties to buy new voting machines under a proposal unveiled Thursday by Sen. Frank LaRose. Most voting machines here were purchased in 2005 and 2006 with money from the federal Help America Vote Act. In recent years, county officials have ...
Washoe County's new voting machines are ready for the 2018 elections. The computers are the next-generation models of the previous voting machines. The large touch screens are easier to set up than the old models, and offer newer technology. "We believe that our voters will have a better voting ...
A ProPublica analysis of voting machines found that over two-thirds of counties in America used machines for the 2016 election that are over a decade old. In most jurisdictions, the same equipment will be used in the 2018 election. In a recent nationwide survey by the Brennan Center for Justice, election ...


 

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