Dominion is used by 62 out of 64 counties in Colorado.
PUEBLO, Colo. — Colorado Republican Party Chair Dave Williams, who criticized Dominion voting machines in the past, appears not averse to using them for the party’s upcoming state assembly.
Last month, Williams sent a request to El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Steve Schleiker, asking for help with the elections that will be held at the April 6 state party assembly in Pueblo.
“We need to contract with a clerk to administer paper ballots for the State Assembly,” Williams said in a a text message obtained by Colorado Politics.
In addition to the help from the clerk, Williams asked for 3,500 paper ballots, and for those ballots to be machine-counted to ensure timely results.
In a text message to Colorado Politics, Williams said no decisions have been made and that he is asking for a quote and what that would encompass.
“We are still deciding what exactly we are doing,” he said. “I’m leaving the decision in the hands of a committee, but we are likely to tabulate by hand or scantron machine or combination of both.”
>Read the full story at Colorado Politics.
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