The inspector of elections shall provide a sufficient number of voting booths or compartments
in the inspector's polling place, which must be designed to enable the elector to
mark, or in the case of direct-recording electronic voting system devices, enter by
touchscreen or other data entry device, the elector's ballot screened from observation. The number of booths or compartments in precincts may not be less than one for each
one hundred fifty electors or fraction thereof in the precinct. The expense of providing the booths or compartments must be paid in the same manner
as other election expenses. One electronic voting system device must be provided in each precinct.
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