Donna Bomar, left, tests a touch screen voting machine Thursday in Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. as Orma Luckey, center, and Marie Holder, right, test out the new Expresspoll, which contains the names of all registered voters in the city. These machines will be used in Lafayette, Ga. in the up coming election. The upcoming election will be the first time Lafayette, Ga. votes electronically. Photo by Allison Carter.
Donna Bomar, left, tests a touch screen voting machine Thursday in Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. as Orma Luckey, center, and Marie Holder, right, test out the new Expresspoll, which contains the names of all registered voters in the city. These machines will be used in Lafayette, Ga. in the up coming election. The upcoming election will be the first time Lafayette, Ga. votes electronically. Photo by Allison Carter.
published Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
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