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Journal: Electronic voting machines replaced by paper in 2 states

The Washington Post reports that Maryland and Virginia will replace their electronic voting machines with paper ballots after this election. These are machines which don't print a paper copy. Maryland will continue paying for its $65 million system through 2014. Several kinds of systems are used in Virginia, while Maryland uses Premier Election Solutions machines.

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