Microsoft Tests New Voting Software in Wisconsin


Microsoft Tests New Voting Software in Wisconsin

By Will Kenneally

February 21, 2020 • South Central Region

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Fulton, a town in Rock County, tested new software this week to help ensure the accuracy of votes that get counted. When voters fill out a ballot, they receive an encrypted code that shows how they voted. Voters can later check a list to see that their unique code was counted and that the vote did not change. Officials say they will return to regular voting practices for the rest of 2020.


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