Computer experts urge Georgia to replace voting machines

A group of computer and election security experts is urging Georgia election officials to replace the state’s touchscreen voting machines with hand-marked paper ballots ahead of the November midterm elections, citing what they say are “serious threats” posed by an apparent breach of voting equipment in one county.


Read More

Previous post VP Harris announces partnership to promote space careers
Next post 11 Senate races will determine whether Democrats or Republicans control the chamber after midterm elections