FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 – MONTGOMERY – As controversy over Dominion Voting Systems have recently been circulated in the media, Secretary of State John H. Merrill confirms these machines are not certified for use in Alabama:
“The Alabama Electronic Voting Committee, which is made up of representatives from our office and the Attorney General’s office, elected officials, and a Probate Judge, studies and questions all potential vendors and voting machines to ensure that only the most secure and efficient are permitted for use in this state.
“We involve numerous local, state, and federal agencies to see that no irregular activity occurs and that the ability for every single registered voter in the State of Alabama to participate in the electoral process is protected from foreign and domestic influence.
“Alabamians should have confidence when heading to the polls, knowing without a doubt that their vote will be counted and their voice will be heard.
“I am proud to report that the security of elections in Alabama is not in question.”
The voting machines currently certified for use in the State of Alabama are: Elections Systems and Software (ES&S) M100 Precinct Counter, ES&S DS200, ES&S 450, ES&S DS850, Automark A100, A200, and A300, and ExpressVote 1.0 and 2.0.