LaRue Fiscal Court approved the acquisition of paper ballot voting machines from Harp Enterprises to be placed in each precinct in future elections.
Voters will mark their choices on paper ballots, much like taking a standardized test in school or filling out a lottery ticket. Then the ballots are place into a scanner where the votes will be recorded electronically and the ballot dropped into a bin.
“In the event of the balloting being questioned, we’ll have the actual documents to check,” Judge-Executive Tommy Turner said at Tuesday's meeting.
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