How to use Tarrant County’s new voting machines

How to use Tarrant County’s new voting machines
By Tarrant County

August 28, 2019 09:43 AM
Tarrant County Commissioners recently approved an $11 million plan to buy new voting equipment, to be used starting November 2019, from Hart InterCivic. Here’s a look at how the machines work.

How to use Tarrant County’s new voting machines.

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