The latest news on this front comes from Texas Public Radio By BRIAN KIRKPATRICK
The new machines promise to address some top complaints from voters, according to County Judge Nelson Wolff. Bexar County Elections Administrator Jacque Callanen told commissioners the new machines from the company Election Systems and Software should be in place for the November 2019 elections.
It is the same company that provides the current voting machines used by the county. She said the machines will allow for the creation of super precincts where voters can cast ballots anywhere. Callanen said the new voting system will also allow election workers to better track provisional ballots and reduce voter disenfranchisement.
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