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Here’s the Real Scandal With Voting Machines

Why one of the most important technological objects in a democracy — now at the center of every conspiracy theory — has been such a sleepy industry

A photo collage of a man driving a horse-pulled cart, with a voting booth on the cart.
Illustration: Julia Moburg/Medium

Before the most recent presidential election, companies in the business of voting technology were…




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