You’re a voting machine in Georgia.
Like the loyal gun turrets in the game “Portal,” you spend your days bored but alert in a storage warehouse most of the year. Then you serve American voters without complaint during election seasons.
As a voting machine, you’re not an American, but you are American property. This is why you feel safe; you feel proud; you know you are a key part of the American democratic process. Unlike in other countries, you are reliable and unhacked.
Or are you?
According to this Wall Street Journal article, maybe you aren’t.
The secretary of state of Georgia is asking the Department of Homeland Security to explain what appears to be an attempted breach of the state’s computer systems that house its voter registration database by someone in the federal government.
In a letter to Department of Homeland Security…
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