voting machine

noun
a mechanical apparatus used in a polling place to register and count the votes.

Origin:
1895–1900

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voting machine
 
n
(esp in the US) a machine at a polling station that voters operate to register their votes and that mechanically or electronically counts all votes cast

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Example sentences
Most polling places used a simple, portable electronic voting machine.
The voting machine equipment used during the elections process.
Attend training before each election to learn polling site and voting machine
  procedures.
The step of reviewing the voting machine after using it has been difficult for
  voters.
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