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How to Use the New Voting Machines in 2020

In 2018, Gov. Wolf ordered all 67 counties in Pennsylvania to have paper-based voting machines in time for the April 2020 presidential primary. The systems produce a paper trail of votes that can be manually audited and recounted.


Choose a county to learn more about its voting machines:

Bucks County Chester County Delaware County Montgomery County

*Information comes from the Pa. Department of State's comprehensive resource explaining the new systems for each county.   


Bucks County

Bucks County uses Clear Ballot voting machines.

To mark ballots:

✏️  Most voters will use a hand-marked paper ballot. 

  See instructions for hand-marked ballot.

♿  An ADA-compliant option is also available — the Clear Ballot Clear Access Ballot Marking Device.

Click to view a video demonstration of the ADA-compliant option:


To cast ballots:

🗳️  All voters will cast their ballot using the Clear Cast Scanner.

Click to view a video demonstration:


More information:

Bucks County website — includes demonstration dates
Pa. Dept. of State website — includes step-by-step instructions and videos.

 

Chester County

Chester County uses Election Systems & Software (ES&S) voting machines.

To mark ballots:

✏️  Most voters will use a hand-marked paper ballot

  See instructions for hand-marked ballot.

♿  An ADA-compliant option is also available — the ES&S ExpressVote 2.1.

Click to view a video demonstration of the ADA-compliant option:


To cast ballots:

🗳️  All voters will cast their ballot using DS 200 Precinct Scanner.

Click to view a video demonstration of the ADA-compliant option:


M
ore information:

Chester Co. website
Pa. Dept. of State — includes step-by-step instructions and videos.

 

Delaware County

Delaware County uses Hart Verity voting machines.

To mark ballots:

✏️  Most voters will use a hand-marked paper ballot. 

  See instructions for hand-marked ballot.

♿  An ADA-compliant option is also available — the Hart Verity Touch Writer.

Click to view a video demonstration of the ADA-compliant option:


To cast ballots:

🗳️  All voters will cast their ballot using the Verity Scan Scanner.

Click to view a video demonstration:


M
ore information:

Delaware Co. website
Pa. Dept. of State — includes step-by-step instructions and videos. 

The Delaware County site also offers this overview video of the voting process (click to expand):

  

Montgomery County

Montgomery County uses Dominion systems.

To mark ballots:

✏️  Most voters will use a hand-marked paper ballot. 

  See instructions for hand-marked ballot.

♿  An ADA-compliant option is also available — the Dominion Imagecast X.

Click to view a video demonstration of the ADA-compliant option:


To cast ballots:

🗳️  All voters will cast their ballot using the ImageCast Precinct Scanner.

Click to view a video demonstration:


M
ore information:

Montgomery Co. website
Pa. Dept. of State: includes step-by-step instructions and videos

 

 

Posted by: Pete Kennedy on Monday, June 1, 2020 at 12:00:00 am
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