South Carolina has $15 million set aside to replace its outdated voting machines, which, unlike in most states, don’t include a paper-trail component. But state election officials estimate $50 million will be needed to replace the state’s 13,000 machines, purchased in 2004.
South Carolina has $15 million set aside to replace its outdated voting machines, which, unlike in most states, don’t include a paper-trail component. But state election officials estimate $50 million will be needed to replace the state’s 13,000 machines, purchased in 2004. Tim Dominick The State file photo
South Carolina has $15 million set aside to replace its outdated voting machines, which, unlike in most states, don’t include a paper-trail component. But state election officials estimate $50 million will be needed to replace the state’s 13,000 machines, purchased in 2004. Tim Dominick The State file photo