Johnson County Rolls Out "On-Demand" Voting

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By Katie Stinson

JOHNSON COUNTY, Iowa - You may have heard of on-demand television. On Wednesday, officials in Johnson County rolled out on-demand voting.

The auditor's office will now print out ballots for specific elections for early voters.The county auditor believes this is the system is the first of it's kind in the state. The auditor says it will save tax payers money by reducing the amount of unused ballots.

"You walk up, you tell us what election you're here for, we pull you up in our system, then it prints the ballot you need to vote, and it's just like we had printed them earlier in the day," Johnson County Auditor Travis Weipert said.

Right now on-demand voting is only available at the Johnson County auditor's office.

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