Voter ID law mandates paper ballots by 2018

by - August 14, 2013

Part of the controversial voter ID bill Governor McCrory signed into law Monday, requires every county in North Carolina to use paper ballots instead of touch screen electric voting machines. Guilford County has used touch screen voting machines since 2006. The county spent $6 million on 1,400 of them. “It’s like a tablet computer and it registers the tabulations electronically and there’s a paper audit trail alongside of it,” explained Charlie Collicutt, with the Guilford County Board of Elections.

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