VOTING BY MACHINE OR VOTE TALLY SYSTEM
34-2407. Purchase of machines — Manner of payment. (1) The governing body may, on the adoption and purchase of voting machines or vote tally systems, provide for their payment in the method it determines to be for the best interest of the county, city, district or other political subdivision. The governing body may make contracts for the purchase of the machines or vote tally systems with such provisions with regard to price, manner of purchase and time of payment that the governing body determines are proper.
(2) For the purpose of paying for voting machines or vote tally systems, the governing body may:
(a) Issue bonds, warrants, notes or other negotiable obligations. The bonds, warrants, certificates, notes or other obligations shall be a charge upon the county, city, district or other political subdivisions.
(b) Pay for the voting machines or vote tally system in cash out of the general fund.
(c) Provide for the payment for the voting machines or vote tally systems by other means.
(3) In estimating the amount of taxes for the general fund, if any, the amount required for payment for voting machines or vote tally systems shall be added, extending over the time required to pay for the machines or vote tally systems.
[34-2407, added 1970, ch. 140, sec. 138, p. 351.]