ELKHART COUNTY, Ind. The public will soon get a chance to share their thoughts on vote centers in Elkhart County.
The first public meeting will be held Monday night.
Officials say switching to vote centers will help cut election day spending and save the county money in the long-run.
But vote centers require a technology change to electronic poll books instead of paper ballots.
And right now, four bids are on the table.
The plan is to slash the more than 100 voting precincts down to 24 vote centers.
The first meeting will be held Monday at 6 p.m. in room 104 at the Elkhart County Administration Building, 117 N. 2nd Street in Goshen.