From San Francisco Chronicle by Dominic Fracassa;
San Francisco’s Department of Elections is planning to embark on a marketing blitz starting this summer to get the word out about big changes to the city’s voting system.
Last week, the Board of Supervisors approved an $8.46 million contract through March 2023 for new voting equipment that city officials said would be more secure, easier to use and more accessible to people with disabilities. The contract, with Dominion Voting Systems, has two one-year extension options, which would cost $2.1 million per year.
“The most important thing we want people to realize is that San Francisco will still use paper ballots for voting,” said John Arntz, director of the elections department.
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