Georgia narrative about voting systems is false; legislators ignore benefits of vote-by-mail

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As February came to a close, the Georgia legislature moved a bill forward that would replace the state’s 27,000 aging electronic voting machines with units that provide a paper-trail.

However, this narrative offered by Rep. Barry Fleming (R) is false:

The bill’s author, Republican state Rep. Barry Fleming of Harlem, said … electronic ballot markers are the only way to accommodate all Georgians, including disabled voters, with one system.

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