Pennsylvania county votes for district attorney investigation after voting machine mislabeling error

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(Worthy News) – A Pennsylvania county, which made headlines after voting machines failed to display ballots during a primary election last week, voted on Tuesday to request a top prosecutor further investigate the mishap.

Luzerne County’s 11-member council voted to ask the district attorney’s office to look into a May 18 controversy where all ballots appeared as Democratic on a series of machines from Dominion Voting Systems, a company marred by dubious election fraud claims in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election, according to the Times Leader. One member, Linda McClosky Houck, was absent at the time of voting.

Councilman Walter Griffith, who proposed the resolution, claimed that many and independent voters were “disenfranchised and concerned about the integrity of the election process” when some left polling places agitated. The resolution, as described by the local outlet, requests the district attorney look into Dominion’s practices and procedures as well as the election board’s actions in overseeing and maintaining the of election equipment. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]

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