Most Pennsylvania counties use a type of voting machines that does
not produce a paper trail. These direct-recording electronic machines (DREs) cannot be audited and are prone to hacking. Experts say they should be replaced.
924,631 registered voters
Does not use only DREs; no need to replace voting machines
Plans to replace DREs by the midterm elections
Plans to replace DREs by the 2020 elections
No definite plans to replace DREs
Uses DREs; no information yet on plans to replace
How many voters are affected?
Most registered voters in Pennsylvania live in counties with voting machines that do not record each individual vote on paper.
11,055 registered voters
Not only DREs
Replace DREs by midterms
Replace DREs by 2020
No definite plans to replace
No data provided
registered voters (millions)
Dylan Freedman and Charlotte Kosche / Stanford Journalism Program
Source: VerifiedVoting and analysis by the Stanford Journalism Program