As state legislators wrapped up the first week of the 2008 session, the issue of what to do about the tens of millions of dollars of voting equipment that has been partially or fully decertified throughout the state looms large.
But an election official in Jefferson County — which faces the possibility of having to replace all its decertified voting equipment at an estimated cost of more than $14 million — says getting rid of the equipment and starting over is “not an option.”
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