Feds to check county's voting system for online weaknesses
By William Kincaid
CELINA - Mercer County Board of Elections members on Tuesday morning moved to accept federal services to further safeguard the local voting systems.
The decision to accept U.S. Department of Homeland Security services was made in part at the recommendation of Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, board chairman Phil Long noted at the board's regular meeting. Also, other county officials gave their OK to proceed with the analysis, director Laura Bruns said. [More]