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Utahns invited to test new voting machines the state might buy

Utahns invited to test new voting machines the state might buy


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SALT LAKE CITY — Utahns can test and offer feedback on new voting machines the state is considering buying at the Capitol on Wednesday.

Five manufacturers will demonstrate their equipment from noon to 7 p.m. in the lieutenant governor's office, which oversees state elections. Officials want to replace aging voting machines statewide.

The five companies under consideration are: Clear Ballot Group Inc., of Boston; Dominion Voting, of Denver; Election Systems & Software, of Omaha, Nebraska; Hart InterCivic of Austin, Texas; and Unisyn Voting Solutions Inc., of Vista, California.

Company representatives will be available to answer questions about their systems.

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