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Georgia Expected To Go Ahead With Purchase Of Insecure Voting Machines

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Georgia Expected To Go Ahead With Purchase Of Insecure Voting Machines

Georgia Expected To Go Ahead With Purchase Of Insecure Voting Machines

According to Politico, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is planning to sign a bill overhauling the state’s voting system with machines that are widely considered vulnerable to hacking.

The new equipment would replace the state’s paperless, electronic machines.

Last year, a federal judge said this outdated technology was so risky that its continued use threatened Georgians’ “constitutional interests.

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Georgia Expected To Go Ahead With Purchase Of Insecure Voting Machines

MAY 22, 2018 PHOTO OCT.

19, 2017, FILE PHOTO MANDATORY CREDIT MAY 22, 2018 FILE PHOTO MANDATORY CREDIT; MARIETTA DAILY OUT; GWINNETT DAILY POST OUT; WXIA-TV OUT; WGCL-TV OUT




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