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ExpressVote Ballot Marking Device

The ExpressVote uses touch-screen technology that produces a paper-based ballot for tabulation. As a marking device, the ExpressVote handles the entire marking process, eliminating marginal marks and the need for interpretation of the voter's mark. Voters will receive an activation card (ballot) with their ballot style printed on the card to begin the process. Voters will insert card into the marking device, make their selections, verify the selections made, and print the ballot. Voters then review the selections printed on the ballot for accuracy before taking the ballot over the DS200 for tabulation.

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DS200 Digital Scan Tabulator

DS200 scanner

The DS200 is a polling location-based scanner and vote tabulator that combines the flexibility and efficiency of digital-imaging technology to support paper-based voting -- taking traditional optical-scan ballot vote tabulation into the twenty-first century.

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DS850 Central High Speed Digital Scanner and Tabulator

The DS850 high-speed central scanner and vote tabulator is the fastest central scanner in the election industry. The system is used at Central Count to tabulate ballots received by mail. The DS850 continuously scans and intelligently sorts ballots with its high-speed digital image processing, saving election staff valuable time when tabulating results.

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New Voting System Public Demonstrations

Williamson County voters will be marking their ballots using new election equipment this November. The new system produces a verifiable paper ballot for the voter to review before casting. Voters are invited to attend public demonstrations the Elections Department is holding to give voters an opportunity to view and try out the new system. These demonstrations will be held at our office located at 301 SE Inner Loop in Georgetown.

The schedule of our public demonstrations is as follows:

Tuesday, October 1: 12:30pm-1:30pm and 4:30pm-5:30pm
Tuesday, October 8: 12:30pm-1:30pm
Tuesday, October 15: 12:30pm-1:30pm


Please check back, as additional dates and times may be added.