By Dave Davies from WHYY News:
The city of Philadelphia is on a crash program to get new voting machines installed this year to dispel worries about hacking or hanky-panky during the 2020 presidential election.
Pennsylvania officials have instructed the state’s 67 counties to adopt voting systems “that provide a paper record and meet 21st-century standards of security, auditability and accessibility” by the end of the year.
“This is putting an incredible amount of pressure on everybody involved in elections,” said Lisa Deeley, chair of the Philadelphia City Commissioners, who run elections in the city.
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