Carbon County has decided to go for 115 new electronic voting machines after a long pending resolution, from Supreme Court.
The decision to buy, with federal funding, the machines from Ohio-based Advanced Voting Solutions came despite the spectre of voters in the county having to use paper ballots to vote for candidates on the federal side and the old mechanical lever machines for state and local races. Carbon officials, now have to start, training the poll workers and educate voters on how to use the new touch-screen machines. The top court's ruling means that Carbon's voters
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