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The Tennessee Secretary of State's Division of Elections already provides an online option that allows voters to check their registration status and confirm their ballot has been received, but the Wilson County Election Commission has taken it a step further with BallotTrax. By: Matthew Torres, News Channel 5 Nashville LEBANON, Tenn. (WTVF) — People in Wilson County choosing to vote absentee can track the progress of their ballot through a new system. The Tennessee Secretary of State's Division of Elections already provides an online option that allows voters to check their registration status and confirm their ballot has been received, but the Wilson County Election Commission has taken it a step further with BallotTrax. Eligible voters who mailed in a request for an absentee ballot will also be sent information on how to log in to the BallotTrax software and receive alerts straight to their email or phone. A voter can be notified when...

COLUMBUS (WCMH)–Between the coronavirus and the controversy over delays in mail delivery, some voters have concerns about going to the polls and about putting absentee ballots in the mail this year. Aaron Sellers, a spokesman for the Franklin County Board of Elections, explained they are now receiving 3,000 to 5,000 applications for absentee ballots each day. At that rate, they expect to send out about 200,000 absentee ballots on October 6th, the first day of early voting in Ohio. Each absentee ballot has a bar code, and cameras in the mail handling system scan the bar codes to track the movement of the ballots. 2020 Ohio General and Presidential Election guide Sellers says voters can sign up for a service called BallotTrax that will provide push alerts notifying voters where their ballot is in the process. “This is certainly something that will help voter’s peace of mind knowing...

Concerned about whether your mailed-in ballot makes it to the county clerk? There’s a website for that. “Shoppers are already used to receiving updates on their online retail purchases, from shipment to delivery. Now we can offer the same service to voters.” — California Secretary of State Alex Padilla Through the state’s Where’s My Ballot? website, a voter can receive an email, phone call, or text updating the status of a ballot. “Shoppers are already used to receiving updates on their online retail purchases, from shipment to delivery. Now we can offer the same service to voters,” California Secretary of State Alex Padilla told GV Wire℠ by email. “Where’s My Ballot? will further strengthen voter confidence in the integrity of our democracy.” Users can find out when a ballot has been mailed, received, and counted. And, voters can be alerted if there is an issue with the ballot. Signing up is free....