Indiana: Counties could be required to have paper trail for voting by 2024 | Indianapolis Business Journal

A bill that would require counties using electronic voting systems to also maintain a paper trail is moving forward at the Indiana General Assembly. Senate Bill 570, authored by Columbus Republican Greg Walker, would require counties to have a voter-verifiable paper trail in addition to any electronic system the county uses. Indiana Election Division Co-Director Brad King said a voter-verifiable paper trail would work much the way an ATM generates a paper receipt to reflect a transaction. He said about half of Indiana counties already have such systems.  But those who don’t use the systems already could face costly upgrades.

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