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Ada County Elections Machines Being Tested Before Next Tuesday’s Vote

Boise (670 KBOI News) – All eyes are on next Tuesday’s jail bond vote in Canyon County, but there are elections happening elsewhere that day, too.

County Clerk Phil McGrane says they’re doing logic and accuracy testing their machines today.

“This is all just a test to endure everyone can have trust and confidence in the system, going into Election Day,” said McGrane.  “So anybody that is involved has confidence that the votes that they get are going to them.”

The machines will be locked up until next Tuesday.

In Ada County, about 50 or the 150 precincts will have votes, including library district trustees and plant levys in Meridian and Kuna, and a levy in the Kuna Rural Fire District.

Click here to find out if there are issues to be voted on in your precinct.

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