Voters in the city of Charlottesville can expect to see some new equipment when they go to cast their ballot in November.
Thursday morning, the city registrar's office held a final test of the new integrated voting machine.
The new voting machine manages customized paper and electronic ballots.
The equipment will first be used during a student government election at Buford Middle School next week before the equipment is used in the general election on November 3.
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