Bucks County will be hosting a demonstration of its new voting machine options this Monday at Bucks County Community College. From 5 to 8 p.m., the public can get an up close look at the devices it may use in the 2020 primary.

With five options available, the county is looking for input from voters on what machines they prefer. Five vendors will set up shop in the Gallagher Room of the Charles E. Rollins Center with their different models.

The possible options are:

  • Unisyn Voting Solutions;
  • Dominion Voting Systems;
  • Election Systems & Software (ES&S);
  • Hart InterCivic, and;
  • Clear Ballot Group.

Each vendor will have a separate station. Representatives will be on hand to explain the benefits of their system. The public is invited to give feedback, with public figures attended to listen as well.

The county will likely make a decision before the end of this year.

The county’s first demonstration was Dec. 2018, with the second and most recent being this past June. Monday’s demo is the third and final.