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Election security matters. When there are doubts about the ability of an election machine company to ensure that security, citizens have the right to petition their government about it.
This is exactly what a number of religious leaders have done.
We all remember the election season last year. It was bad enough watching snafus during the primaries that nobody seemed too worried about fixing.
But there were a series of important allegations about the process involving the machines themselves – including allegations that they were connected to the internet, despite claims they were not.
In the Georgia runoffs, for example, a white hat hacker claimed to have accessed the voting machines in real time while voting was live, and alleged he had the ability to add or delete files as he wished.