The Minnehaha County Commission met on Tuesday to discuss the future of voting in the county.
The commission pushed back the decision on the use of electronic poll books until the January 14 meeting to allow them more time to answer questions. The e-poll books are electronic registration forms that would allow voters to go to any precinct to vote. It would also speed up the voting process.
"You'll have your driver license, you'll scan that. It'll check you in. You'll sign a receipt, that receipt will have your ballot, the type of ballot that you get on it, and the election worker hands you that ballot and you go,” Minnehaha County Auditor Bob Litz said.
Coming up later on KELOLAND News, Leland Steva will hear the concerns the county commissioners have on the electronic books.