What voting machines will Blaine County voters use for the upcoming election?

Blaine County voters use a pen to mark a paper ballot and then insert it into an optical scan voting machine to cast their ballots at the polling place. When the ballot is inserted, this machine, called a DS200, optically scans the marks made on the paper ballot and counts the votes electronically.

Additionally, each polling place has an accessible audio and touchscreen voting machine called an ExpressVote which is designed to assist voters with disabilities to vote independently and privately.

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1. Who can vote in Blaine County?
2. How do I register to vote?
3. May I register to vote at my business address or may I use my P.O. Box number?
4. When must I register to vote?
5. When I register to vote, do I need to provide identification?
6. When I register to vote, do I need to join a political party?
7. How do I find out if I am registered to vote?
8. May I sign a petition if I am not registered to vote?
9. Can my name be removed from candidate and campaign mailing lists?
10. How can I vote by mail?
11. How do I return my absentee ballot?
12. How do I know my absentee ballot was received?
13. How can I vote early at the Blaine County Election Office?
14. Where can I vote on Election Day?
15. Do I need to show identification when I vote?
16. How do I find out what’s on the ballot?
17. Are voting materials available in languages other than English?
18. How do I vote for a write-in candidate who is not listed on the ballot?
19. What voting machines will Blaine County voters use for the upcoming election?
20. Are all polling places accessible?
21. Is my voter registration linked to jury duty service?