The new machines were made by the Omaha-based Election Systems and Software, known as ES&S.
The county owns 135 of the new machines because some polling places have more than one and because the Board of Elections has standby units.
The new electronic machines replace the long-used lever machines, which were used for the final time during last month's special election on baseball stadium funding in Ramapo.
The following is a video demonstrating how to use the new machines:
Photo: Lee Ferris/Poughkeepsie Journal