Mesa County Elections will be performing a Logic and Accuracy test between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on May 23 for voting equipment being used for the Primary Election in June. The test will be performed at the Mesa County Elections office by Elections staff and representatives from the Democratic and Republican parties.
The equipment, which has been provided by the Denver-based company Dominion Voting Systems, was approved for purchase by the commissioners earlier this spring after the Secretary of State’s office selected it as the statewide uniform voting system. The Logic and Accuracy test allows the Mesa County Elections office, party representatives and the public to be confident that the equipment is running efficiently.
“With our newly purchased voting equipment being tested next week, I look forward to showing the testing representatives and the public how much of an improvement it is,” said Sheila Reiner, Mesa County’s Clerk and Recorder.
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