By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia voters heading to the polls on Tuesday will be greeted by brand new voting machines. Gone are the old push-button machines. Instead, voters will use touchscreens with paper ballots.

Here’s how it works:

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When you arrive at your polling place, you’ll receive a paper ballot that you will then feed into the machine. Then you’ll use the touchscreen to make your selections.

New Touchscreen Voting Machines Debut In Philadelphia

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After that, the machine will print the ballot and store it in a secure container.

The new machines were a mandate by Gov. Tom Wolf.

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The rest of the state will roll them out by the 2020 election.