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New voting machines combine hi-tech accuracy and reliability with low-tech simplicity.
Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson said the new E-scan machines were purchased with federal and state grant funds. Grayson met with County Clerk Joan Kincaid on Monday to introduce the new machines.
He said the E-scan will replace the old machines which were costly to repair and were no longer available.
Kincaid said the county has 14 machines, one for each precinct and one for absentee ballots.
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