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Georgia buys new voting machines amid challenge to old ones

Despite legal challenges, Georgia is moving ahead with the purchase of a new $106 million voting system with touchscreen computers that print a paper record, the secretary of state announced Monday. The new machines will replace Georgia's current …Read more





Georgia buys new voting machines amid challenge to old ones

ATLANTA AP Despite legal challenges Georgia is moving ahead with the purchase of a new 106 million voting system with touchscreen computers that print a paper record the secretary of state announced Monday The new machines will replace Georgias
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Exclusive Thousands of Black Votes in Georgia Disappeared and No One Can Explain It

Voter suppression in Georgia was one of machines spitting their ballot card out when they inserted it into the electronic voting machines Its not something thats new unfortunately explained Craine These machines are old but it
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Five bills on Governor Kemps desk that could affect you the most

Another 40 days of politicking has come and passed lawmakers have gone home and theres a new slate of legislation sitting would replace Georgias 17-year-old voting machines with an upgraded touchscreen system that prints out paper ballots
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Aging voting machines threaten election integrity

Based on this research we project that in November 43 states will use voting machines that are at least a decade old Thats a problem for three big reasons First while no one thinks all Faced with a new demand amid many competing budget
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Should primary voters be worried about aging voting machines

After the election was settled in 2002 Congress passed the Help America Vote Act HAVA which appropriated 36 billion for states to buy old optical scanner vote-counting machines Rolling out new machines in a handful of states Maryland is one
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Amid Hacking Concerns States Switching Back To Paper Ballots

That was only one of the incidents Still Georgias secretary of state Brian Kemp says testing the new voting machines isnt about the threat of cyberattacks He says Georgias current machines are old but are still secure BRIAN KEMP I drove a couple
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