Municipal clerks throw support behind bill to allow voters to cast in-person absentee ballots electronically

Municipal clerks throw support behind bill to allow voters to cast in-person absentee ballots electronically
A bill that would let voters casting in-person absentee ballots use an electronic voting machine received widespread support from municipal clerks today, who argued the change would reduce costs while increasing public confidence in the integrity of an election.
Currently, those voting absentee in person have to fill out paper ballots, seal them in an envelope and sign the envelope. They then aren’t opened and tallied until Election Day, a timeline some clerks and the bill’s author arg...

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