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E-Vote: California Secretary of State's Office to Hold Public Hearing on Voting System Application



August 27, 2008 By

Photo: California Secretary of State Debra Bowen

The California Secretary of State's Office will conduct a public hearing to receive reports and take public testimony on Sequoia Voting Systems' application to have its ranked-choice voting system approved by the Secretary of State for use in California.

California law requires a voting system to be approved by the Secretary of State before any county can use it in an election.

For more information about California voting systems and the approval process, click here.


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