A voter casts his ballot during a special election in Georgia's 6th Congressional District special election last June. Georgia is the largest state that exclusively still uses electronic voting machines that don't leave a paper trail, a major concern for election officials and cybersecurity experts.
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Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C. (right), and Ranking Member Mark Warner, D-Va., have released their committee's recommendations to combat cyberattacks.
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Phil Bredesen, the former Democratic governor of Tennessee, is running for the seat now held by Republican Sen. Bob Corker. Bredesen's campaign contacted the FBI on Thursday about a potential breach of its system.
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The Danaher ELECTronic 1242 voting machine, on display in 2004 at the Franklin County Board of Elections office in Columbus, Ohio. The machines have been in use in the state since 1992.
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