Election Study: Switching from Paper to Online Could Save CA Counties Millions
05/06/2011 - Sending less paper and more e-mail could save California counties loads of money come election time.
A new study on California elections finds that money could be saved if counties made better use of technology and reduced printing and mailing paper voter guides and sample ballots. Doug Chapin, Pew Center on the States' director of election initiatives, says a state law that took effect Jan. 1 makes this possible.
"I think as more and more Americans and Californians get online and use electronic devices, their use of and reliance on paper declines appropriately."
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