As the SAFE Commission leans into its task, debates over the best type of voting system are natural and should be welcomed. The conversation should be robust as the merits and shortcomings of various methods of electronic or paper-based balloting methods are explored. Georgia’s history of voting system complexity and the problems that’s caused should also be brought to the table. Ditto for past instances of misbehavior, or honest mistakes and shortcomings that led to incomplete or inaccurate election results.
On today’s page (click on links below), we offer two views on points that the SAFE Commission should consider in its work.
In the end, Georgia needs a voting system that is secure and works for all the citizens of this great state.
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