Texas Counties Select AccuPoll Voting System; Hartley and Sherman Counties to Benefit from Latest in Voting System Technology and Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail.
TUSTIN, Calif. -- AccuPoll Inc. (OTCBB OTCBB
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"We're pleased that Hartley and Sherman Counties have chosen to implement the AccuPoll Voting System," said William E. Nixon, president and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of AccuPoll. "AccuPoll's Voting System is one of the most advanced available and the voters of Hartley and Sherman Counties will benefit greatly."
AccuPoll designed their electronic voting system to feature a voter verified paper audit trail Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) or Verified Paper Record (VPR) was intended as an independent verification system for voting machines designed to assure voters that their vote was cast correctly, to detect possible election fraud or malfunction, and to provide a (VVPAT VVPAT Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail (voting machines) ), which allows voters to verify - via an immediately printed paper audit trail - that their vote was accurately recorded at the time it is cast. As a result, AccuPoll's VVPAT system fully empowers voters to independently ensure that their vote is correct at the time it is cast, allowing for an accurate recount and audit capability should the need arise.
About AccuPoll Holding Corp.
With headquarters in Tustin, AccuPoll (OTCBB:ACUP) is the developer of a federally qualified electronic voting system featuring an intuitive touch screen input and a voter verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) that can be confirmed by the voter at the time the ballot is cast, creating a permanent paper audit trail as mandated in the "Help America Vote Act The Help America Vote Act (HAVA, Pub.L. 107-252) is a United States federal law passed the House 357-48 and 92-2 in the Senate and was signed into law by President Bush on October 29, 2002. of 2002" (HAVA). The AccuPoll Voting System has been qualified under the 2002 Federal Election Commission (FEC) Voting System Standards.
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