Voting machines that will be used in Alabama's Special Election and the Ad Valorem School Tax Renewal Election are bring tested six days before the election.
The public is invited to test out the machines. The tests are being conducted in the basement of the W.T. Grant Building. Voters say its important to test the machines ahead of the election to try to avoid any mishaps.
"Its always important that everything runs right on election day but it never does, there is always some glitch or another that comes up, hopefully there wont be a major type glitch," said Tom Ryan, a Madison County voter.
The special election is on Tuesday, December 12th.
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