Dakota Bossow, (center), an election technician, worked on an Inka Vote precinct ballot-counting machine and prepared to run a test ballot through the machine last week at the Jackson County Election Board’s warehouse in Independence. All 325 of the ballot counters, as well as the voting machines (stacked in background) are maintained and stored at the facility.
Dakota Bossow, (center), an election technician, worked on an Inka Vote precinct ballot-counting machine and prepared to run a test ballot through the machine last week at the Jackson County Election Board’s warehouse in Independence. All 325 of the ballot counters, as well as the voting machines (stacked in background) are maintained and stored at the facility. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Dakota Bossow, (center), an election technician, worked on an Inka Vote precinct ballot-counting machine and prepared to run a test ballot through the machine last week at the Jackson County Election Board’s warehouse in Independence. All 325 of the ballot counters, as well as the voting machines (stacked in background) are maintained and stored at the facility. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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