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Voting Election Board To Consider Using 'Old School' Paper Ballots
Updated March 6, 2019 7:01 AM
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(VINCENNES) - Election officials in a southwestern Indiana county are expected to consider whether to save money by not using voting machines during an upcoming primary vote.

Knox County Clerk David Shelton tells the Vincennes Sun-Commercial that going "old school" and using paper ballots would save nearly $1,500 that would typically be spent to program voting machines. The single-race City Council primary with two Democratic candidates is May 7.

Shelton is proposing that the county makes ballots that include the names of the candidates running in Vincennes District 1 and voters "will just make their mark." Following the election, Shelton says the votes would be hand-counted. Shelton estimates about 75 voters will cast ballots.

The Election Board meets Thursday to discuss the issue as well as the upcoming election.



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