Elections officials completed the Logic and Accuracy test in advance of the 2020 General Election
PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — On Friday, October 9, the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections officials met to conduct the Logic and Accuracy Test (L&A). The L&A is conducted, prior to each election, to ensure the machines are accurately counting and recording votes.
Elections officials met to conduct the test and were joined by members of the Canvassing Board, local residents and media, who watched the test occur. The L&A is required before any ballots can be counted. Beginning Saturday, October 10, the Supervisor of Elections will begin opening, duplicating and tabulating the vote-by-mail ballots that have already been returned, in accordance with Florida Statute 101.68 and Executive Order 20-149.
During the L&A test, Supervisor of…