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James O. Narey Biography

Inventor of the Precinct-Count Optical Scan Voting System
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Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Patents a ballot for use in optical scan systems in which the voter indicates their selection by connecting the ends of an arrow (U.S. Patent 4,813,708), 1989
  • Patents the first model of the modern precinct-count optical scan systems with the help of William Saylor (U.S. Patent 4,021,780  1.52 MB), 1977
  • Patents a sign system for buses with an automatically changing display face (U.S. Patent 4,064,502), 1977
  • Former engineer, Business Records Corporation (now Election Systems and Software)
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