What if I accidentally vote twice in a race? Will my vote be discarded?

If you are hand-marking your ballot and mark more than the permitted number of votes in a race, the scanning machine returns your ballot, and the touchscreen displays a message indicating any races that have too many choices marked. You may request a new ballot to mark, or touch "Cast the ballot as is." If you choose "Cast the ballot as is," your vote will not count in that race. If you are using the ballot marking device, the system does not allow you to select more than the permitted number of votes in a race. The touchscreen displays an error message and prompts you to select only the permitted number.

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1. How do I know the voting system recorded my vote the same way I cast it?
2. What if I change my mind or make a mistake on my ballot?
3. What if I don’t want to vote in a particular race?
4. What if I accidentally vote twice in a race? Will my vote be discarded?
5. How do I know that my vote has been cast and counted?
6. If the power fails or if there is some other system failure, will my vote be lost?
7. Does this system have paper backup?