ROV's New Mail Ballot System

The San Diego County Registrar of Voters is using a new mail ballot system that can process up to 24,000 return mail ballot envelopes per hour. The new Pitney Bowes Relia-Vote Mail Balloting System is over 56 feet long and fills an entire room at the Registrar of Voters office. Almost 50% of county voters now vote by mail, and this machine greatly reduces the time needed to sort the ever-increasing number of ballots.