I like Collin County's current system. We insert a card into the machine and use the touch screen interface to fill out the ballot. We are then given the opportunity to review the ballot on the screen before we hit the "Print" button. After our ballot is printed, we can once again review our choices that were printed on the physical card before we insert it into the machine to be counted.Paladin wrote: ↑Tue Mar 10, 2020 5:56 amPaper ballots and locked ballot boxes are the only way to go.philip964 wrote: ↑Mon Mar 09, 2020 10:16 pmhttps://www.wfaa.com/article/news/polit ... 5df380d699
44 uncounted thumb drives discovered after election.
Remind me what was wrong with paper ballots?
Best of both worlds in my opinion; ease of use of the touch screen devices, but has the physical paper ballot that can be re-counted in the event of an issue.