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    What Are the Stages of Testing Electronic Voting Machines?

    What Is the Difference between Qualification Testing and Certification Testing?

    Is Qualification Testing Conducted by Independent and Accredited Entities?

    Is Logic and Accuracy Testing an Effective Method of Assuring That Electronic Voting Machines Are Operating Properly before an Election?

    Is Parallel Testing an Effective Method of Assuring the Accuracy of Electronic Voting Machines?

    Is There a Method in Place to Make Sure the Electronic Voting Machines Used by Voters on Election Day Are Fully Certified and Identical to the Machines That Were Tested?

    What Standards Are Used to Test Electronic Voting Machines?

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