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Voting Machines

The current machines, known as the ExpressVote, are touch-screen machines that produce a paper ballot once the voter has finalized their selections. The printed ballot will provide voters with another opportunity to confirm their choices. Once satisfied, voters will insert the paper ballot into a ballot scanner known as the DS200, which is where their ballot is counted and securely stored for transport back to the elections board.

Step 1 of the voting process: pictured above is the ExpressVote ballot marking device. Voters will use the touchscreen to make their selections. Once finished, the machine prints a paper ballot containing their votes, allowing the voter an additional opportunity to confirm their selections.
Step 2 of the new voting process: pictured above is the DS200 ballot scanner. This is where the printed paper ballot will be inserted by the voter for counting and secure storage.