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The Williamson County commissioners approved purchasing new voting machines for $4.41 million during their April 30 meeting. The new machines move away from paperless machines to a system in which voters print their ballots on one machine and walk to a second machine that will tabulate results. Here is how to use the new voting machines.[/caption]