I write regarding the media and citizen reports of voting machine errors taking place in your states.
In 1871 it enacted that they should be chosen by written or printed ballots (later choice by voting machine was also permitted).
I didn't think there had ever been a voting machine on Fenris before.
However vigorous the electoral pressure may have been, the voting machine has not provided the expected results.
A voting machine has a knob or lever for each candidate, and is so arranged that the voter can record one vote.
The chief objection to the voting machine, however, is the expense, and this has prevented its more general adoption.