Lee County spent Wednesday morning testing voting machines to protect election integrity.
The Lee County Elections Office ran a methodical 17-step process, testing the logic and accuracy of voting machines. They ran a simulated election with predetermined voting numbers and then double-checked the math.
Supervisor of Elections Tommy Doyle was happy with the performance of the machines across hours of testing and doesn’t believe Hurricane Ian will affect how the county protects election integrity.
“We have protocols that will safeguard in every direction as far as voter registration, as far as people going to the polls, and as
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