York County Commissioners approve $1.4 million contract for new voting machines

YORK COUNTY, Pa. — New voting machines are coming to York County.

On Wednesday, the county commissioners unanimously approved the $1.4 million contract for new voting machines and booths, licenses and related services. The commissioners also approved annual software and hardware licensing fees of $147,450.

The contract for Dominion Voting Systems, Inc. — out of Denver, Colorado — starts July 1, 2020 and ends June 30, 2028.

Dominion Voting Systems manufactured the county’s current machines. These new ones, though, will produce a paper trail which state officials, including Gov. Tom Wolf, have pushed for.

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