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DS200 Precinct Scanner and Tabulator

ES&S’ DS200 precinct vote scanner and vote tabulator combines the best attributes of a paper-based ballot system with the flexibility and efficiency of the latest digital-image technology – taking traditional optical-scan ballot vote tabulation to a new level.


Voting on the DS200 is as easy as 1-2-3. Step 1 mark your selections. The poll worker will issue you a paper ballot; take your ballot to an available voting booth. Step 2 review your selections. Review your selections marked on the paper ballot; if you are satisfied take your ballot to the DS200 digital scanner. Step 3 cast your ballot. The display screen will provide instructions on how to insert your ballot into the tray. If your ballot is filled out properly it will automatically be accepted and the display screen will notify you once it has been cast successfully. The DS200 digital scanner is a simple to use yet cutting edge solution. For more information visit essvote.com.


ExpressVote Universal Voting System


The ExpressVote Universal Voting System utilizes touch-screen technology that produces a paper-based record for tabulation.

As a marker, the ExpressVote handles the entire marking process, eliminating marginal marks and the need for voter mark interpretation. Voters utilize the touch screen to mark their vote selections, creating a verifiable paper vote record upon completion.

As a tabulator, the ExpressVote allows voters to mark and tabulate their selections in one stop. The ExpressVote prints the voter's selections on the activation card in human-readable text and in barcode format. The unit then scans the barcode on the card to tabulate votes, either during the current vote session or after being re-inserted into the unit.

As a universal voting system, the ExpressVote allows all voters, regardless of abilities, to make their selections privately and autonomously.

Welcome to ExpressVote universal voting system, which can be used by all voters including those with special needs to make their selections. Please take a few moments to watch this video to learn how to make your selections quickly and easily. Step 1 insert vote session activator card. First insert the vote session activator card you received at chick-in into the slot of the ExpressVote device. Align the corner cut on the card with the corner cut on the unit as shown. Step 2 touch selections. Next, make your selections on the touch screen by touching the box with the candidates name. Once chosen your selection will change colors. You can easily navigate through the election contests by touching the options labeled next and previous. If you have visual limitations, you can use the contrast options to change the screen to high contrast black and white. Selecting the zoom function makes the text appear larger on the screen. Step 3 verify selections. After you have made all of your selections it’s time to review them on screen to confirm your choices. Once satisfied with your selections print your card by navigating to the next screen. Print your card by touching the print card option your printed card will be returned to you from the same slot on the front of the ExpressVote device. Step 4 scan. Now it’s time to insert your voted card into the DS200 digital scanner to cast your selections. Thank you for taking the time to learn how to use theExpressVote universal voting system enhancing your voting experience. For more information visit essvote.com.

If you have a disability that prevents you from voting a regular Vote-by-Mail ballot and would like an accessible ballot instead, please contact our office by phone (772) 226-4700 or email [email protected] so that we can process your request.

Leslie Rossway Swan
Supervisor of Elections
Indian River County

4375 43rd Avenue
Vero Beach, FL 32967

Office: (772) 226-4700
Fax: (772) 770-5367
Spanish Hotline: (833) 347-2763
Hours: M - F, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

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