Elections security in Georgia has been under scrutiny for the past few years – and the debate seems to be heating up again. It’s like the tale of two views – depending on who you are talking with – Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger or members of the Coalition for Good Governance.

Raffensperger spoke up on the issue Wednesday after the release of MITRE’s Independent Technical Review: Security Analysis of Georgia’s ImageCast X Ballot Marking Devices. Apparently, Dominion Voting Systems retained MITRE’s National Election Security Lab to provide an independent review of various claims made by a researcher hired by the plaintiffs in a lawsuit seeking to prohibit the use of electronic voting machines. The plaintiffs sought the removal of the previous DRE system used in Georgia until 2019, and now seek to ban the replacement system. 

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