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Photo Focus: Election Prep

Elections Board Member Alecia Wells explains the process of testing voting machines to a gathering at the Elections System office on St. Thomas on Wednesday. (Photo by Judi Shimel)
Elections Board member Alecia Wells explains the process of testing voting machines to a gathering at the Elections System office on St. Thomas on Wednesday, ahead of the General Election on Tuesday. (Photo by Judi Shimel)
Elections Board Member Lydia Hendricks tests voting machines in the Elections Systems conference room. The room was filled with every vote tabulator and electronic voting machine to be used for in-person ballot casting on Nov. 8. (Photo by Judi Shimel)
Elections Board member Lydia Hendricks tests voting machines in the Elections Systems conference room. The room was filled with every vote tabulator and electronic voting machine to be used for in-person ballot casting on Nov. 8. (Photo by Judi Shimel)
Lt. Governor candidate Janelle Sarauw (on the right in white shirt) asks a question about how tabulators tell users if their ballot has been spoiled. Demonstrators said the tabulator would display a notice on the screen before accepting the ballot. If the voter chose to submit the ballot after seeing the notice, the portion with the uncorrected defect would be counted as spoiled. (Photo by Judi Shimel)
Lt. Governor candidate Sen. Janelle Sarauw (on the right in white shirt) asks a question about how tabulators tell users if their ballot has been spoiled. Demonstrators said the tabulator would display a notice on the screen before accepting the ballot. If the voter chose to submit the ballot after seeing the notice, the portion with the uncorrected defect would be counted as spoiled. (Photo by Judi Shimel)
Election technician LeSean Moses and Board Member Hendricks test another array of voting machines on Wednesday. Moses said before the process is completed, every machine and vote tabulator would be checked to make sure they worked properly. (Photo by Judi Shimel)
Election technician LeSean Moses and Hendricks test another array of voting machines on Wednesday. Moses said before the process is completed, every machine and vote tabulator would be checked to make sure they worked properly. (Photo by Judi Shimel)
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