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Utahns invited to test new voting machines the state might buy

Utahns can test and offer feedback on new voting machines the state is considering buying at the Capitol on Wednesday.
Utahns can test and offer feedback on new voting machines the state is considering buying at the Capitol on Wednesday.
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SALT LAKE CITY — Utahns can test and offer feedback on new voting machines the state is considering buying at the Capitol on Wednesday.

Five manufacturers will demonstrate their equipment from noon to 7 p.m. in the lieutenant governor's office, which oversees state elections. Officials want to replace aging voting machines statewide.

The five companies under consideration are: Clear Ballot Group Inc., of Boston; Dominion Voting, of Denver; Election Systems & Software, of Omaha, Nebraska; Hart InterCivic of Austin, Texas; and Unisyn Voting Solutions Inc., of Vista, California.

Company representatives will be available to answer questions about their systems.