Georgia Reform Georgia Public Radio's Susanna Capelouto reports that next week, Georgia will become the first state in the country to have every vote cast on a touch-screen computer system. There are concerns the new technology could scare some people away from the polls so a big effort is underway to get voters comfortable with the new machines.

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Georgia Public Radio's Susanna Capelouto reports that next week, Georgia will become the first state in the country to have every vote cast on a touch-screen computer system. There are concerns the new technology could scare some people away from the polls so a big effort is underway to get voters comfortable with the new machines.