Georgia voters could cast paper ballots for president in 2020 under a bill to replace the state’s electronic voting machines.
The bill calls for the state to stop using its 16-year-old electronic voting system, which lacks a paper backup to verify the accuracy of election results.
Georgia’s new voting system wouldn’t be decided until next year. Options include pen-and-paper ballots or touchscreens that print paper ballots.
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