First, the machine prints a paper ballot stamped with the voter's selection in plain English (or one of 19 other languages) which the voter can review before leaving the booth and dropping it in a ballot box. If the voter trusts the machine, she can do so immediately. If, on the other hand, something doesn't look right, she can enter a code from the ballot to force the machine to decrypt her electronic vote. The first e-vote and the ballot are then discarded and she can begin the voting process over again (or, if she caught the machine cheating, report it). After the election, auditors can check those anonymous paper ballots against the anonymous electronic records in the machine to confirm everything went above board.