Gov. Tom Wolf announced recently that all 67 Pennsylvania counties have taken official action toward acquiring new voting systems. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and other national security and election security experts have urged Pennsylvania and other states to use new voting systems with advanced security and a paper trail.

“This is a tremendous accomplishment, and I applaud all 67 counties for their commitment to protecting our elections,” said Wolf. “These new modern machines are an important step to strengthen the accuracy of our voting systems and the integrity of our elections.”

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