Four opportunities left to see new voter machines ahead of Nov. 5 election

Clinton-County-GovernmentClinton County recently purchased new voting machines.

The process will be quite different than in the past, with voters now using paper ballots and filling in circles for their selections — much like a modern-day standardized test.

The paper ballots will be entered into a machine for counting.

Those interested in learning about and seeing how the new system will work are encouraged to get to one of the demonstrations being held by the Clinton County Voter Registration & Elections Office prior to the November 5 Municipal Election.

Although the office had scheduled more than a dozen demonstrations at various community events over the past two months, there are only a few more scheduled opportunities to do so.


Wednesday, October 2
5-6 p.m.
Gallagher Township Building, 11837 Coudersport Pike, Lock Haven

Thursday, October 3
6-7 p.m.
Loganton Borough Building, 141 N. Mill St., Loganton

Monday, October 7
6-7 p.m.
Dunnstable Township Building, 630 Big Plum Run Road, Lock Haven

Monday, October 21
6-7 p.m.
Wayne Township Building, 773 Pine Mountain Road, McElhattan

To view a video of the new voting system go to (scroll down to the heading for “ES&S New Voting Machine Demonstration Video”.

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