SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The world of how you vote in elections will come full circle next spring.
When voters go to the polls in May, they will be using a thing of the past - paper ballots.
The Bullitt County Board of Elections has voted to change its system of voting machines as it has also split three precincts due to the number of registered voters.
Bullitt County Clerk Kevin Mooney said the board has opted to go with the Hart Intercivic eScan system at its 48 precincts and the in-office absentee machine.
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