VI. Tech Thursday
Alabama: While many counties and states are moving to e-poll books as a way to speed up the process and implement things like vote centers, Jefferson County will buy 625 new tablets, at the cost of $785,000 as a way to prevent crossover voting.
Georgia: The Coalition for Good Government is calling on the state of Georgia to abandon the use of its voting machines. Marilyn Marks, executive director of the coalition has written an open letter to the state’s lawmakers urging them not to use Georgia’s current voting system in the November 7 election.