Marion County to Hold Public Test of Voting Equipment Monday
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Friday, October 19, 2012


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Angie Nussmeyer, (317) 327-5099
Marion County to hold public test of voting equipment Monday


INDIANAPOLIS – On Monday, October 22, the Marion County Election Board will hold a public test of the voting equipment to be used in the November 6, 2012 presidential election.
 
The public test will begin at 9 a.m. at the new Election Services Center located at 3737 East Washington Street on the city’s near east side. Staff will test the M100 optical scan ballot readers and the iVotronic touch screen machines to ensure the equipment and its software are tabulating results correctly.
 
While the test is being conducted, the Marion County Election Board will hold its regular business meeting. Marion County Clerk Beth White will also brief local media, updating them on preparations for the upcoming election and passing along important reminders.
 
WHAT:           Marion County’s Public Test of Voting Equipment,
                       Marion County Election Board Meeting &
                       Media Briefing with Clerk White
 
WHEN:          Monday, October 22, 2012 9 a.m.
                                   
WHERE:       Marion County Election Services Center
                       3737 E. Washington St., Indianapolis
 
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