MARION CO, many voters are getting their first chance to use the new technology developed earlier this year.
Voters scan their ID at the voting center pol pass instead of using the traditional paper ballot book. Then voters use a touch screen to cast their ballots instead of marking a paper belt is printed after the vote is cast.
The entire process is part of the IndyVotes initiative designed to streamline voting Marion County.
This technology has already been used during the election of new technology to put it.
A voter tells the RV6 that new technology has slowed things down on Tuesday morning, but she was happy that she could move to another polling place without any problems.
”This is my second stop, my husband voted early this morning,” Cynthia Perkins, a voter, said. ”He told me that (the) poll he normally votes at was moving a little slow-you know the technology is new so I want to a different one, and they were having a few challenges moving a little slow.”
New voting technology was also used during the elections.