Test open to the public and the news media
(Denver) – The Denver Elections Division will conduct a public logic and accuracy test (LAT) of the voting system that will be used for the November 3, 2009 Coordinated Election on Tuesday, October 13, starting at 10 a.m. The November election will be an all-mail-ballot election. Ballots will be mailed out to voters October 13-16. Voted ballots will be returned to the Denver Elections Division for processing and counting.
Two types of voting equipment will be tested during the LAT:
¨ Sequoia 400c ballot scanners, which will be used to count the mail ballots.
¨ Sequoia Edge II electronic touch-screen voting machines, which will be available at two voter service centers starting on Monday, October 26 through Election Day (except on Sunday) primarily to accommodate voters with disabilities who prefer to use them.
The public, party representatives, candidates and the news media are invited to observe the testing. The Denver Elections Division is located at 3888 E. Mexico Ave., Denver. For more information, call 311 or visit www.denvervotes.org.
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