In the Nov. 7 election, voters will have the option of voting an electronic or a paper ballot. While the county is converting to electronic voting, most voters will vote a paper ballot this November, election officials said.
Next year, in a series of smaller local elections, electronic voting will be fully introduced, they said chief elections official Warren Slocum.
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