This presidential election, Shelby County will be on the cutting edge, joining 33 other Kentucky counties in using the latest in voting technology.
There are 33 new voting machines - one for each precinct - being installed and expected to be ready to go by Nov. 4.
These new E-Scan machines are aptly named, said Susan Curry of the Shelby County Clerk's office.
"You just fill out the ballot, then feed it into the scanner, and you're done," she said. "It's easy."