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|Paper records, however, are not a panacea that solves all problems with voting machines, experts warn. Human error can also skew results, for example, and under current standards, voting machines can be approved for use even if 9 percent of them are expected to fail on Election Day. The Brennan Center experts even found ways for elections to be thrown by altering the software that printed out paper records.|
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