BERNALILLO COUNTY, N.M. (KRQE) - How about just printing out your ballots at home to cast your vote? It's an idea being tossed around.
Bernalillo County Clerk Maggie Toulouse Oliver is part of a panel of western elections officials in Denver laying out ideas to improve voting.
The goal is to slash wait times and bring voting procedures into the Internet age.
They say advances are possible without alienating older voters and people who don't want to give up in-person Election Day voting.
Bernalillo County has already switched to vote centers so voters don't have to just vote in their precincts.
In Los Angeles County, they're developing new voting machines that can read ballots printed at home just like airline boarding passes.
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