By Scott Anderson writing for the local Patch newspaper:
For most Waukesha voters this April 2, it’s going to be business as usual. Yet for those who make the trip to the Elk’s Lodge, they’ll have a new experience.
That’s because the City of Waukesha is testing out e-poll books called Badger Books. At the Elk’s Lodge, the Badger Books will replace paper poll books that people used to sign. City officials say the new devices will serve voters more efficiently.
Because of the Badger Books, voters at the Elks Lodge will be able to proceed directly to any registration line they want, instead of having to wait in a ward-specific line.
Read full article at Patch.