It should be rather easy to make an electronic voting machine that marks a roll of voting paper on a roll (like thicker toilet paper) when the electronic votes are cast. In addition to electronic tallies instantly counted the voting paper would have holes punched in the right places as a voter makes his or her or its electronic marks.
The electronic voting paper could be fed into a voting paper reading machine to count the votes too, although at a less than electronic pace. No hanging chads, nothing besides Hollerith holes.
The circuits from the voting pad to the electronic and voting paper could be different and not connected in order to put a firewall in so people in Moscow and Mexico City can’t spoof the voting paper or the electronic counters either.
Maybe the machines already exist.