GOVERNOR WANTS TO REPLACE ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES

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Harrisburg, PA – Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf wants Pennsylvania’s counties to replace their electronic voting systems with machines that leave a verifiable paper trail by the end of 2019, although counties warn that the price tag is a major problem.

Wolf said Thursday that his goal is to make it affordable for counties through financing and getting a good deal on the machines.

Wolf says he hasn’t gotten to the point yet of asking the Legislature for money. Counties estimate the price tag at $125 million.


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