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Vote 2020

 

In 2018, voting systems in York County were approaching the end of their useful life. Most of the equipment in use at that time was older than the first iPhone. Their software and hardware would soon be unsupported by manufacturers.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has called on all state and local election officials to make certain that by the 2020 presidential election every American votes on a system that produces a paper record or ballot that can be checked and verified by the voter and audited by election officials.

New machines will ensure that Pennsylvanians are voting on the most secure and accessible voting systems available and that audits of election results can be easily and accurately accomplished.

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Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5A

The Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5A was certified by the PA Department of State on January 17, 2019. The certified polling place components are:

The EAC and the Pennsylvania Department of State certified the Diminion Democracy Suite 5.5A voting systems under current federal and state standards. Pennsylvania has developed new standards of security and accessibility that manufacturers must meet to achieve state certification.