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Liza McClenaghan inspects each machine before test voters run test ballots through the Intelect DS200 machines for a logic and accuracy test on at Supervisor of Elections office on Wednesday morning. McClenaghan is a Democratic Party State Committee Woman that oversees the voting at a specific polling station. Each party has their own poll watcher and McClenaghan admits it's not the most exciting job. 'It's like watching paint dry, said McClenaghan, 'But it's important.'

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Scott McIntyre/Staff Liza McClenaghan inspects each machine before test voters run test ballots through the Intelect DS200 machines for a logic and accuracy test on at Supervisor of Elections office on Wednesday morning. McClenaghan is a Democratic Party State Committee Woman that oversees the voting at a specific polling station. Each party has their own poll watcher and McClenaghan admits it's not the most exciting job. "It's like watching paint dry, said McClenaghan, "But it's important."

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Liza McClenaghan inspects each machine before test voters run test ballots through the Intelect DS200 machines for a logic and accuracy test on at Supervisor of Elections office on Wednesday morning. McClenaghan is a Democratic Party State Committee Woman that oversees the voting at a specific polling station. Each party has their own poll watcher and McClenaghan admits it's not the most exciting job. 'It's like watching paint dry, said McClenaghan, 'But it's important.'
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Test voters run test ballots through the Intelect DS200 machines for a logic and accuracy test at the Supervisor of Elections office on Wednesday morning.
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Patriotic decor can be seen all throughout the Supervisor of Elections office on Wednesday morning.
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William Kocses, right, sets up Intelect DS200 machines for a logic and accuracy test on the equipment at Supervisor of Elections office on Wednesday morning.
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Tara Linn, third from right, jokes with Missi Hydes after they acted as test voters who ran test ballots through the Intelect DS200 machines for a logic and accuracy test at Supervisor of Elections office on Wednesday morning. There were a total of ten test voters that helped with test voting for the day.
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Test voters run test ballots through the Intelect DS200 machines for a logic and accuracy test at the Supervisor of Elections office on Wednesday morning.

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