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Topic - Steve Trout
Oregon was first in the nation to have all residents vote by mail. Now it's pioneering another idea: vote by iPad.
"Some people want to vote independently, and they're the ones that we're talking to," said Steve Trout, state elections director. "Others just want someone to help them, and that's fine, too."
Portable printers cost about $50 each, Trout said, or counties can use existing printers from their offices.