Sherburne County's election equipment from Dominion Voting Systems will be updated in May with the most recently certified version for the 2022 election year. The updated system will scan the paper ballots that voters cast at polling places.
The County also will be replacing its election server with a new certified version.
All election equipment will be ready for testing prior to the Aug. 9 primary.
Absentee ballots are counted at the Auditor/Treasurer's office using a central count machine, the ImageCast Central Count (ICC).