The Connecticut Bond Commission voted 8 to 2 to spend $800,000 for a new electronic-vote tally board for its House of Representatives, over the objections of the two Republicans on the commission.

Gov. Dannel Malloy justified the measure at a press conference after Friday’s meeting.

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