Compliance: Usability, accessibility, and security enhancements comply with the Federal 2005 Voluntary Voting Systems Guidelines
Independence and privacy: People with special needs can ask election workers for assistance marking their ballots, or they can use the OmniBallot Tablet ballot marker to mark their ballots. Once marked, the voter inserts their ballot into the DS200 vote tabulator for counting.
Flexible communications: 12-inch LCD touch screen makes it easy for election workers to operate the system, and for our voters to cast their ballots.
in 2018, Anoka County added electronic roster technology to its polling places. The new equipment has reduced waiting times for voters and all but eliminated administrative errors. Learn more about the Poll Pads Opens a New Window. that you will see in the polling place on Election Day.