Title 21, Chapter 2, Section 367
(a) When the use of optical scanning voting systems has been
authorized in the manner prescribed in this part, such optical
scanning voting systems shall be installed, either simultaneously or
gradually, within the county or municipality. Upon the installation
of optical scanning voting systems in any precinct, the use of paper
ballots or other voting machines or apparatus therein shall be
discontinued, except as otherwise provided by this chapter.
(b) In each precinct in which optical scanning voting systems are
used, the governing authority shall provide at least one voting
booth or enclosure for each 200 electors therein, or fraction
(c) Optical scanning voting systems of different kinds may be used
for different precincts in the same county or municipality.
(d) The governing authority shall provide optical scanning voting
systems in good working order and of sufficient capacity to
accommodate the names of a reasonable number of candidates for all
party offices and nominations and public offices which, under the
provisions of existing laws and party rules, are likely to be voted
for at any future primary or election.