Starting with the 2020 Presidential Primary Election, Dauphin County voters will see a new state-mandated voter-marked paper ballot system made by Clear Ballot that has a verifiable paper trail.
Most voters will use the ClearCast system, using a pen fill in ovals on a paper ballot. Voters can review their choices before inserting the ballot into a high-speed scanner, which tabulates the votes and keeps them in a secure container.
Voters with disabilities may use the ADA accessible ClearAccess system, which has a special electronic marking device to produce a paper ballot that looks identical to every other ballot.
||How to vote on the ADA-accessible
Clear Access System