City Selling New Voting Machines

May 9, 2007

The city of Charlottesville has decided to sell its new voting machines. The city electoral board passed a motion to sell the e-voting machines and replace them with a new optical scan system.

There were concerns about the current machines not leaving a paper trail. The state and federal government are also considering outlawing e-voting for that same reason.

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