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Virginia Decertifies Hackable Voting Machines

Following a vote on Friday by the Virginia State Board of Elections, the state will take decisive action to ensure the integrity of its voting machines. Virginia's election supervisors have instructed 22 localities to abandon their existing machines immediately, citing risks inherent in the way they record votes. "The Department of Elections believes that the risks presented by using this equipment in the November General Election are sufficiently significant to warrant immediate decertification to ensure the continued integrity of Virginia elections," Department of Elections Commissioner Edgardo Cortés said in a memo accompanying the decision.
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