Clallam County Elections Supervisor Susan Johnson leafs through a stack of test ballots during a logic and accuracy test of the county’s two ballot scanners on Jan. 6 at the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. The test, performed before every election, showed that the scanners came up with the expected results and passed certification. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Clallam County Elections Supervisor Susan Johnson leafs through a stack of test ballots during a logic and accuracy test of the county’s two ballot scanners on Jan. 6 at the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. The test, performed before every election, showed that the scanners came up with the expected results and passed certification. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

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Clallam County Elections Supervisor Susan Johnson leafs through a stack of test ballots during a logic and accuracy test of the county’s two ballot scanners on Jan. 6 at the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. The test, performed before every election, showed that the scanners came up with the expected results and passed certification. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Clallam County Elections Supervisor Susan Johnson leafs through a stack of test ballots during a logic and accuracy test of the county’s two ballot scanners on Jan. 6 at the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. The test, performed before every election, showed that the scanners came up with the expected results and passed certification. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

By Keith Thorpe

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