The Druck Report: Elections Chief Robert Brady on what to know about new voting machines as presidential primary draws closer. Plus: Advance voting updates.

The Druck Report: Elections Chief Robert Brady on what to know about new voting machines as presidential primary draws closer. Plus: Advance voting updates.

Floyd County Elections Chief Robert Brady joined us at Brand Red Studio’s podcast center to discuss the new voting machines and what it all means to the presidential preference primary next month. Photo by Todd LaBerge/Brand Red.
>Please click here to hear an audio copy of the podcast.
Advance voting for the March 24 presidential primary begins in just a few weeks. We’ll be using a new voting system that is mostly similar but somewhat different to what we’re used to.
In part oneFloyd County Elections Chief Robert Brady walks us through using the new machines. He believes you’ll see a smoother voting experience and one with a built-in failsafe system to help assure you the ballot has the exact results you selected.
In part two,  Brady shares where and when you can vote in advance of the presidential primary as three sites will be in use over three weeks — the community room at the yellow brick courthouse as well as some days at the civic center and others at Garden Lakes Baptist Church. One round of weekend voting also is set.
About this podcast: Robert Brady joined us at Brand Red Studios in downtown Rome to talk about the upcoming elections. We thank the Brand Red folks for their production support of our long-form podcasts and Todd La Berge for another excellent job producing this conversation. The Druck Report is a production of Hometown Headlines Inc. Please join us for our weekday newscasts and rants as well.

 

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