Public testing of electronic voting system set for Oct. 17

The testing of the electronic voting system is done in pursuant of North Dakota Century Code 16.1-06-16.

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The public testing of the electronic voting system will be held at 9 a.m. Monday, Oct. 17, in the election room at the Stutsman County Courthouse.

The testing is done in pursuant of North Dakota Century Code 16.1-06-16.

The Stutsman County Courthouse is located at 511 2nd Ave. SE in Jamestown.

If anyone wishes to attend and assist with testing, contact the Stutsman County Auditor’s Office at (701) 252-9035.

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