From local NPR affiliate WABE‘s JOHNNY KAUFFMAN:
As he pushes for lawmakers to pass a measure overhauling how voters cast their ballots, Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is taking a more public role in the Georgia Legislature than his predecessor, now-Gov. Brian Kemp.
The bill, HB 316, would require electronic machines that print paper ballots be used statewide for in-person voting. That setup would likely include a touchscreen, similar to Georgia’s current voting machines. “We’re going to get more accurate election results,” Raffensperger said, “I think it’s a more secure way moving forward … I ran on that, and I believe that.”
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