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In a bid for better security, elections are going analog

by Christian Buckler Dec 3, 2019
State by state, voting machines are "going ‘backwards’ to paper."
DS200 optical scanners used to count the votes of Fairfax County primary voters during 2016 Super Tuesday primary voting in Centreville, Virginia.
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Voting machines are totally hackable. But who's going to pay to fix them?

by Molly Wood Oct 23, 2018
An argument for why voting systems should be regulated — and funded — like public utilities.
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Voting machines are totally hackable. But who's going to pay to fix them?

by Molly Wood Oct 23, 2018
An argument for why voting systems should be regulated — and funded — like public utilities.
Voters cast their ballots at voting machines in Las Vegas in 2016.
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