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Cuyahoga County elections officials preparing for a new voting system

by WKSU's KEVIN NIEDERMIER


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Kevin Niedermier
 
Cuyahoga County voters will be filling out paper ballots in the March presidential primary. Today, Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner is expected to cast a vote that supports her call to replace the county's touch screen election system with an optical scan system. The Cuyahoga County election board over the issue on Thursday. Now, the real work begins as county elections officials scramble to get a new system ready for the March election.
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