New York's Decades-Old Voting Machines Finally Dead: Get Ready for the New Paper Ballot

Friday, August 06, 2010 - 11:10 AM


Notices about how to use the new electronic voting machines are being sent out by the NYC Board of Elections. A reader who received one passed along their copy to me.

The new machines will debut this fall, when there will be lots of things on the ballot: candidates for governor, two US Senate seats, candidates for comptroller and attorney general, all 212 state legislatures and, in New York City, maybe a ballot question or two.

So, instructions on how to use the machines may be a handy thing to read.


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