To keep things honest, one democrat and one republican helped Register test the machines."We've verified that all machines are running and operating correctly, that there's no problems with them and when we take them to the polling places they'll be ready to go," says Register. 23 voting machines have all passed the test.The city-only election on November 6 will cost $35,000-$40,000. You can find information on voting locations on KOMU.com in the Links and Numbers section.

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