As state lawmakers dig into the process of creating this year’s budget, election security has been at the forefront of talks.
Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar says making the move to paper ballots help voters feel confident about the process.
“The Department of Homeland Security and really every national security expert agrees, [paper ballots] is where we needed to go,” Boockvar said.
Many counties across the state will be using the new paper ballot system for the first time this year.
Butler County, however, will have some experience under their belt, after using it during last year’s general election.
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