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County Auditor Schaa announces Precinct Atlas software program will be used in the November 5th election
Posted: Oct 18 2013 by ppowers

 County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Kim Schaa announces the new Precinct Atlas software program will be used in the polling places to assist precinct election officials during the November 5th City Elections.

 

The “Precinct Atlas” is an electronic poll book which will help election officials effectively and consistently process voters on election day.  The electronic poll book consists of a laptop computer with “The Precinct Atlas” software, an attached label printer and a bar code scanner.  The bar code scanners are intended to speed up the time it takes to check voters in at the polls.  The voter will have the option of scanning either the bar code on their driver’s license or non-driver ID card when checking in at the polls or they can scan the bar code on their voter registration card as well.  Auditor Kim Schaa wants to emphasize that the voter’s use of these scanners at the polls will be strictly optional and is only intended to expedite the process.  There is no current requirement to show identification before voting at the polls. 

 County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Kim Schaa announces the new Precinct Atlas software program will be used in the polling places to assist precinct election officials during the November 5th City Elections.

 

The “Precinct Atlas” is an electronic poll book which will help election officials effectively and consistently process voters on election day.  The electronic poll book consists of a laptop computer with “The Precinct Atlas” software, an attached label printer and a bar code scanner.  The bar code scanners are intended to speed up the time it takes to check voters in at the polls.  The voter will have the option of scanning either the bar code on their driver’s license or non-driver ID card when checking in at the polls or they can scan the bar code on their voter registration card as well.  Auditor Kim Schaa wants to emphasize that the voter’s use of these scanners at the polls will be strictly optional and is only intended to expedite the process.  There is no current requirement to show identification before voting at the polls. 

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