This Oct. 14, 2016 photo shows the names of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in a voting machine during preparations for the upcoming election in Philadelphia. Researchers would like to see the U.S. move entirely to computer-scannable paper ballots, since paper can’t be hacked.
This Oct. 14, 2016 photo shows the names of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in a voting machine during preparations for the upcoming election in Philadelphia. Researchers would like to see the U.S. move entirely to computer-scannable paper ballots, since paper can’t be hacked. Matt Rourke AP
This Oct. 14, 2016 photo shows the names of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in a voting machine during preparations for the upcoming election in Philadelphia. Researchers would like to see the U.S. move entirely to computer-scannable paper ballots, since paper can’t be hacked. Matt Rourke AP

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