Amended California bill would ban hand counts in elections with more than 1,000 voters

An updated version of a state bill introduced earlier this year in response to Shasta County’s abrupt and controversial decision to ditch Dominion voting machines would essentially render moot the county’s effort to hand count ballots. Assembly Bill 969, the voting systems bill that was introduced in February, was recently amended to include language that would ban manual counting of ballots in elections with more than 1,000 registered voters. David Benda, Record Searchlight. 

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