A lawsuit filed by voters and election security advocates alleges that Georgia's 27,000 electronic voting machines are not secure and should be supplanted by paper ballots in November. The case will be heard in federal court today, with officials saying the effects of such a change could hurt voter turnout as Georgia's early voting starts Oct. 15.
Lawsuit seeks to block use of voting machines in Ga. election
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