Los Angeles to use new, publicly owned, ballot marking devices for the first time in March 3 primary. California Secretary of State Alex Padilla has certified the new machines, but required LA to…

Derek Cressman

Los Angeles to use new, publicly owned, ballot marking devices for the first time in March 3 primary. California Secretary of State Alex Padilla has certified the new machines, but required LA to offer voters the option of using a hand marked ballot instead. https://apnews.com/7e8a976b9835a39786304118b0336c37