York County Approves Purchase Of More Voting Machines

York County Commissioners on Wednesday approved spending $218,000 to buy 65-new voting scanners. The decision follows long lines and other problems at some polling places during last November’s election. The panel will also re-district the busiest polling location in West Manheim Township in an effort to reduce the possible number of voters there. All the changes are expected to be in place by the state’s primary election on April-28th. Commissioners say that 60% of the cost of the new voting machines will be reimbursed by the state.

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