Indiana's Secretary of State was in Evansville on Tuesday.
"If you think about it, counties are adopting their budgets this summer, and so if a county wants to go vote center counties for 2014, they probably need to decide that before too long. So when the clerks present their budget to the county council, they'll have an idea on what they need to spend on their election in 2014," Lawson said.
Right now, there are seven vote center counties in Indiana, including Vanderburgh.
Lawson expects that number to grow by the next election.
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