Voters in Hancock and Ohio counties will decide the fate of table games at local racetracks the old fashioned way.
They will cast their votes on paper ballots instead of
electronic touchscreen machines.
Election officials in the two counties say paper ballots will be
easier because there's only one issue.
Both referendums are set for June Ninth, along with similar elections in Kanawha and Jefferson counties.
A new state law allows each of the four racetrack counties to
vote on whether to allow its track to host games such as blackjack