The board of county commissioners of any county, at any regular meeting or a special
meeting called for the purpose, may, upon consultation with the supervisor of elections,
adopt, purchase or otherwise procure, and provide for the use of any electronic or
electromechanical voting system approved by the Department of State in all or a portion
of the election precincts of that county. Thereafter the electronic or electromechanical voting system may be used for voting
at all elections for public and party offices and on all measures and for receiving,
registering, and counting the votes thereof in such election precincts as the governing
body directs. A county must use an electronic or electromechanical precinct-count tabulation
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