RELATED|How DeKalb residents can try out Georgia's new voting machines
All of Georgia's electronic voting machines are being replaced with a new voting system before the March 24 presidential primary. The new voting equipment prints out paper ballots, providing a way to check electronic ballots after years of complaints about alleged voting irregularities and security issues.
Voters in six pilot counties — not including DeKalb — cast ballots on the new voting system during local elections earlier this month. There were some minor problems, but officials said the first trial of the new machines went smoothly overall.
Attendees at Monday’s event will also be served pound cake and eggnog.
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