A federal judge in Atlanta has issued an injunction barring Georgia from using its obsolete voting system after 2019 in an order reflecting her alarm about election security heading into the 2020 presidential race.

In a 153-page order, Judge Amy Totenberg of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia agreed on Thursday to allow the state to use the 18-year-old electronic voting machines, which still operate on software that expired more than five years ago and have no paper trail, one last time in statewide municipal and county elections scheduled for November.

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