Thursday, January 14, 2010


Kentucky County Moving To Electronic Voting

A Kentucky county is ready to move into the electronic age. Greenup County has ordered 32 eScan machines at a cost of $120,680. The machines should allow the county to place one in each precinct. Greenup County Judge-Executive Bobby Carpenter says the county will borrow the money for the new machines and then pay back the loan with excess fees collected by the clerk's office. The County still has 21 eSlate machines but it has buyers interested in 14 of them and plans to keep four for spares. Greenup County hopes to have the machines ready for use in this year's primary election.

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