Report to the Alexandria Board of Elections
During the 2002 general election, the Alexandria Board of Elections tested the Hart Intercivic eSlate voting system as a first step in determining how well an electronic voting system would work in the City of Alexandria. There are three key findings from the evaluation of this system.
- Alexandria voters are comfortable and satisfied with the current voting system that they have. Voters like the optical scan system and use it quite adeptly.
- When voters at the Lee Center precinct were exposed to the Hart Intercivic voting system for the first time, they generally had a high level of satisfaction with the system.
- There is a certain level of non-voting that occurs in Alexandria that will likely occur regardless of the type of voting system the City adopts.