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Mike, did you ever receive the Backoffice from Washoe, see below
-----Original Message-----
From: Burk, Dan <DBurk@MAIL.co.washoe.nv.us>
To: 'Steve Knecht' <skglobal@earthlink.net>
Date: Tuesday, November 02, 1999 7:48 AM
Subject: RE: Ballots for Test
>I'm still wondering if McKinney got the Microsoft BackOffice software for
>runnign teh GEMS product?  Canyou let me know.  We have been at ITD's
>for two weeks for delivery of htis software to send to Global but even
>though the manifest showes it was delivered to the county days ago noone
>over there seems to be able to find it.  My guess is that someone in ITD
>it and wanted to load it on his/her computer before making it available to
>us.  Probab;ly to learn more about it on the person's own time.  Anyway as
>of Friday they had "burned" a copy for us and Lueanne fed-exed it to you
>guys.  Let me know if McKinney go it, will you?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Steve Knecht [SMTP:skglobal@earthlink.net]
>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 1999 11:53 AM
>> To: Burk, Dan
>> Subject: Ballots for Test
>> Dan, the primary ballot printer we use now, Spectrum LTD, is way ahead of
>> Sequoia in technology.  They no longer utilize printing plates, and can
>> color (red ovals, labels for poll, absentee, and early voting in
>> colors, etc) at no additional cost.  Had communication been better I
>> have informed you of this some time ago, but...
>> In any case, one of the best parts of it is their ability to
>> create the test decks, which is far more reliable and is "computerized"
>> the decks are correct the first time.  I'm shooting for 10 precincts and
>> 2000 total ballots to be used in the deck.  I can either have a
>> 1,2,3,1,2,3,1,2,3 type of pattern or a 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11 pattern
>> (the largest race has 11 positions on the ballot).  Do you care what the
>> pattern of the test deck is??  Let me know please so I can get this set
>> up.