From Penn Live:
Pennsylvania municipalities must acquire voting machines that produce a paper trail to audit before the end of 2019. But there’s concern among local officials about costs, glitches and training for poll workers, all in the middle of a busy presidential election cycle.
Officials also worry that a switch could intimidate some voters with new technology, and push older poll workers to retire just when they’re needed most.
At the Perry County commissioners’ Dec. 3 meeting, county solicitor William Bunt announced that the state had settled a lawsuit and committed to new election machines before Jan. 1, 2020. The machines would be available for the primaries and general election that year. “It will put undue pressure on our election office,” Bunt said.
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