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AVS spokeswoman Kimberlee Shoup-Yeahl said the county's system is capable of tallying, collating and spitting out ballot results almost as quickly as open returns come into the Voter Registration Office.
"Can we do it?Yes, we can do it," Ms. Shoup-Yeahl
"We had an overwhelmingly positive response from the voters," said Kimberlee Yeahl, AVS's regional manager."We could not have been more pleased with the way our WINvote system was received."
Changes slated for Northampton ballot : The Morning Call Online
"It's an easy change," said Kimberlee Shoup-Yeahl, regional sales manager for Advanced Voting Solutions.
said Advanced Voting Solutions
was aware of the potential for confusion before the Nov. 7 election.It could not change the ballot, she
said, because that would have required the state to recertify the machines and there was not enough time to do that.
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This would include multiple Logic and Accuracy testing procedures to be completed prior to the start of the voting process," said AVS Regional Sales Manager Kimberlee Shoup-Yeahl.
Part of her
company's contract with the county to supply 60 DRE touch-screen voting machines involves training and election-specific programming.
noted that both the internal audit and voter verification capabilities of the WINvote system the county has purchased have yet to be approved for use in Virginia.
Carbon unsure of new machines for primary vote : The Morning Call Online
Election Director Kenneth Leffler said Kimberlee Shoup-Yeahl, regional sales manager for Advanced Voting Solutions, told him four machines will be delivered to Carbon County later this week.