Georgia Plans to throw Out Old Voting Machines.

Security flaws with the current system means something must be done before the next presidential election.

Some folks are worried about Georgia’s plan to oust all of its old voting machines.

Legislators arguing over how to replace 27 thousand old machines in time for the 2020 presidential election.

 

Some lawmakers want paper ballots so there’s an analogue backup.

Now, there’s no paper trail for Georgia elections.

Security flaws with the current system means something must be done before the next presidential election.

70 percent of the U.S. uses paper ballots for verification.

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