Voting machines undergoing tests in Hidalgo County
EDINBURG – Super Tuesday is quickly approaching in Texas and election officials in Hidalgo County are making sure voting machines being used to tally vote are ready to roll.
All machines are first set to zero total ballots before any election period. Then they’re taken to a polling location in a locked cage.
In Hidalgo County, voting machines are undergoing logic and accuracy, or L and A testing, in order to prepare for the upcoming primary election.
Election officials say it’s to ensure the machines appropriately add all the votes in an accurate and timely manner.
The Texas primary election is March 3.
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