County will offer touch-screen voting for people with disabilities

People with disabilities in Missouri's Greene County will have access to a touch-screen voting machine when voting in Tuesday's elections. The machine will serve voters whose disabilities make it difficult or impossible for them to fill out ballots on the county's optical-scan machines.

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