Attorneys for Georgia voters asking a federal judge to junk the state’s electronic voting system in favor of paper ballots say the switch is feasible on short notice since Maryland did it in 2016.

In an affidavit attached to a motion asking U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg to order Georgia to convert to paper ballots by Nov. 6, an election judge in Prince George’s County, Maryland, said the paper ballot system is “far easier and faster to set up, manage, and close down” than Maryland’s old electronic voting machines—the same ones that are still used in Georgia.

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