NewsChannel 11 Takes A Closer Look at New Electronic Voting Machines - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/8/05

NewsChannel 11 Takes A Closer Look at New Electronic Voting Machines

It's Election Day and polls in Lubbock will open. Tuesday is your last chance to vote in the Texas Constitutional Amendment Election. Before you head to the polls, NewsChannel 11's Suleika Acosta demonstrates how to use the new electronic voting machines available in Lubbock County.

Polls in Lubbock open and 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Today you will be voting on nine proposed amendments including proposition two which would define marriage between one man and one woman. You'll also be asked to help define other issues such as debt and loan interest.

Lubbock County voters will use the new electronic voting machines. They come with audio headsets for the blind, or people with reading difficulties. Instruction in both English and Spanish are posted on the machine.

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