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Dominion Has a New Problem to Think About in Pennsylvania

Regardless of how hard Dominion attempts to avoid trouble, it appears that the headlines continue to follow them.

They’re now embroiled in yet another incident, this time regarding a recent primary election in Pennsylvania, where their equipment allegedly had a “human error” that resulted in a Democratic header being placed at the top of Republican ballots.

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Oh, my goodness.

Don’t you think a corporation with such an “excellent” reputation would have a lot of “errors”?


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The DA election probe request was filed by Councilman Walter Griffith, who cited an on-screen ballot mislabeling error and other issues that caused many voters to feel “disenfranchised and concerned about the integrity of the election process.”

With Linda McClosky Houck missing, all ten council members present overwhelmingly supported it.

Although County DA Sam Sanguedolce was not there, he stated Tuesday night that his office would look into any charges of criminal conduct related to the May primary.

His predecessor, Stefanie Salavantis, established an Election Fraud Task Force, which he claimed is still in place and will investigate anything sent to the office.

“Without election integrity, the public cannot have faith in the rest of our democratic process,” Sanguedolce stated.

The data input typographical mistake that put a Democratic heading at the top of Republican ballots was made by “human error” at Dominion Voting Systems Inc., which provided and programs the devices. The county administration also admitted that when the ballots were programmed into the machines, the county did not test them, instead relying on the vendor to do so.

 

Griffith’s resolution requests that the District Attorney’s office look into Dominion’s policies and processes in primary ballot programming and setup, as well as the county election bureau’s review and testing.

 

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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