They've been tested and state election officials are confidant that voting machines in Alabama's 67 counties will function properly during Tuesday's general election.
Election Administrator Ed Packard with the Secretary of State's office said county officials ran a final check on the machines two weeks ago.
Packard said there are three types of voting machines used in the state.
Packard's advice to voters who use paper ballots is to read the instructions carefully and avoid making stray marks on the ballot sheets.
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