Counties in battleground Pennsylvania report voting machine problemsVeröffentlicht: 8. November 2016
Counties in battleground Pennsylvania report voting machine problems
At least four counties in the battleground state of Pennsylvania are reporting malfunctions with their controversial electronic voting machines, opening the way for Donald Trump to stake his claim that the presidential election isn’t happening on the up and up.
Republicans in Butler, Lebanon, Luzerne and Westmoreland counties have all reported problems with Trump votes flipped to Hillary Clinton, an error that could be exacerbated by the fact all of the counties appear to use the kinds of machines that don’t create a paper trail, and therefore make it impossible to conduct a post-election audit.