When constituents in Luzerne County, PA, cast their ballot in the May 18 primary, some voting locations reported that when Republicans voted at the machine, an introduction screen said “Official Democratic Ballot.” As reported by UncoverDC, the confusion continued after county election director Bob Morgan labeled it a coding problem. At the same time, Dominion Voting Systems insisted it was a human data-entry error. Regardless, Luzerne County’s eleven-member council voted to ask the District Attorney’s office to launch an investigation into the matter.
Luzerne County uses Dominion Imagecast X voting machines, which have been immersed in election rigging and voter fraud allegations. In a special two-hour meeting earlier this week to discuss the issue, Dominion Voting Systems executive vice president of operations Nicole Nollette shared, “Dominion deeply regrets the confusion this error caused.” The company wrote in a statement: more here