Pulaski County’s upcoming primary election will be conducted with state-of-the-art technology. Vendor MicroVote this week upgraded their computer software and conducted initial training on the electronic poll book system.
A MicroVote representative assures the county the software has been extensively tested for security and accuracy and says the Knowlink poll pad is the “measuring stick for electronic poll books.”
Steve Shamo from MicroVote says the election board has “put Pulaski County on the forefront of voting technology.” He says it’s a testimony to the cooperation of the election board and their dedication to do the most for Pulaski County voters.
The technology upgrades were paid for with Help America Vote Act funds.
The electronic poll books will allow Pulaski County to consolidate the number of Election Day polling places into vote centers. All of the locations will be open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, May 3rd. Registered voters with a government-issued photo ID can cast ballots at any of the locations.
Francesville Vote Center – Francesville Fire Station – 122 E. Montgomery St., Francesville, IN 47946
Medaryville Vote Center – Medaryville Christian Church Annex – 414 E. Ridge St., Medaryville, IN 47957
Star City Vote Center – Star City Community Center – 2550 E. Key St., Star City, IN 46985
Winamac Vote Center – Pulaski County Highway Garage – 1131 N. U.S. 35, Winamac, IN 46996
Monterey Vote Center – Monterey Town Hall – 7033 N. Walnut St., Monterey, IN 46960