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Issue: Types of Testing
          Q:  What Are the Stages of Testing Electronic Voting Machines?
          Q:  What Is the Difference between Qualification Testing and Certification Testing?
          Q:  Is Qualification Testing Conducted by Independent and Accredited Entities?
          Q:  Is Logic and Accuracy Testing an Effective Method of Assuring That Electronic Voting Machines Are Operating Properly before an Election?
          Q:  Is Parallel Testing an Effective Method of Assuring the Accuracy of Electronic Voting Machines?
          Q:  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?
          Q:  What Standards Are Used to Test Electronic Voting Machines?