In this Wednesday, May 9, 2018, photo, Pamela Hampton votes in Sandy Springs, Georgia.
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In this Wednesday, May 9, 2018, photo, Pamela Hampton votes in Sandy Springs, Georgia.

Security questions continue to swirl around Georgia’s electoral process. Lawmakers largely agree the state’s current touch-screen voting machines have to go. They don’t leave a paper trail, and some analysts worry they could be hacked. The question isn’t whether the machines need to be replaced – but how.

GPB politics reporter Stephen Fowler and "Political Rewind" host Bill Nigut spoke with "On Second Thought" host Virginia Prescott about efforts to make Georgia's voting machines more secure.

The Secretary of State’s Office has created a commission to answer that question. GPB politics reporter Stephen Fowler and “Political Rewind” host Bill Nigut discuss the future of voting technology with lawmakers. They shared what they’ve learned with “On Second Thought.”