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vot·ing machine

An apparatus for use in polling places that mechanically records and counts votes.

voting machine

(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (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

vot′ing machine`

a mechanical or electronic apparatus used in a polling place to register and count the votes.
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mechanical device - mechanism consisting of a device that works on mechanical principles
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formerly Diebold Election Systems, that would have provided the county with electronic voting equipment and a new central vote tabulation system.