Thursday, July 31, 2014
Callaway County Clerk Denise Hubbard — with the help of staff and six judges — performed public tests of the voting equipment that is scheduled to be used in the Aug. 5 primary election. On Tuesday, July 29, Hubbard, staff and six judges — three republican and three democratic — verified that the insight machines read paper ballots accurately. The group also certified that the direct recording machines’ touch screen and audio voting options worked accurately. Those machines are used for handicap accessible voting. Bi-partisan teams perform public tests before each election to check for machine accuracy. All equipment is ready for the primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 5.
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