As part of a statewide initiative to upgrade voting equipment, Lorain County is getting new voting machines.
The state has allocated $104.5 million for new machines. Of that, about $2.8 million will go to Lorain County, which will provide the remaining $1.7 million for the cost of the purchase, and an additional $400,000 for licensing and warranties.
Lorain County Board of Elections Director Paul Adams provided a tutorial on how to use the new machines.
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