South Carolina: Election Commission hopes to replace voting machines by 2017 | Associated Press

May 14, 2015

The state Election Commission is inviting county officials and state lawmakers to review potential replacements for South Carolina’s decade-old touchscreen voting machines. Spokesman Chris Whitmire says the agency is holding a voting system fair Wednesday that will include presentations from four companies that chose to participate. The agency hopes to replace, by 2017, the current system that’s been used statewide since January 2005. It consists of more than 12,500 voting machines split between 2,260 precincts.

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