"It don't make no difference to me!"
"I like a machine better, I think its more accurate."
"As long as they are able to monitor machines so people can't vote that shouldn't vote or vote twice or something I prefer the machine."
"Old folks they like to mark that ballot."
"You got to go with the flow."
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann tells me the purpose for the practice booth is to get people familiar with the machines so they can come in, vote, and get out during the election because their time is valuable. However, Hosemann tells me some counties have different machines.
"Back when Eric Clark made the decisions for which machines to use I think 75 of 76 counties selected the same machine. Hinds did not, DeSoto, Lee, and Rankin; there were four or five of them that did not pick this machine. We are educating for about 75 counties but the others will have to educate their own voters."
Delbert says Mississippi has had electronic voting machines for about seven years now so most people should be familiar.