The dominos are falling all around us…..
I recently reported that Dominion ‘errors’ plagued Luzerne county’s primaries, and now the county is doing something about it.
The Luzerne County Council has reportedly voted for its district attorney to investigate the ‘errors’ which mislabeled Republican ballots as Democrat ballots.
This of course comes at a time when talk of audits seems to be taking a hold all over the country.
Pennsylvania's Luzerne County voted to ask the district attorney to investigate after a voting machine mislabeling error in last week's primary election. Resolution addresses Dominion and county elections officials.https://t.co/dfOoU2YUxG — by @dima_jake for @dcexaminer
— Daniel Chaitin (@danielchaitin7) May 26, 2021
Fox 56 reports:
A majority of the council, after voting Tuesday night, is hoping the district attorney’s office will launch an investigation.
Republican ballots were mislabeled as democrat on the top of voting screens last week, impacting every republican ballot in the county Tuesday, according to election director Bob Morgan.
“Let’s do the investigation,” councilman Walter Griffith said Wednesday. “Let’s find out if anything was done improper. Let’s correct the problems, because we have another election in November and it’s imperative that we do this right. This is three times now that the county has kind of messed up the election and its not fair to the people.”
Luzerne County Council votes to seek primary investigation
Also approved an amendment declaring the county a Second Amendment sanctuaryhttps://t.co/J1JL9MtIlz
— EMPIntelligenceNet© (@Megavolts001) May 27, 2021
"Officials in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, have unanimously approved the district attorney to investigate the recent primary election after on-screen ballots mislabeled Republican ballots as Democrat candidates."
— Paul Ruskov Benedict (@paulbenedict7) May 26, 2021
Washington Examiner brought us even more:
District Attorney Sam Sanguedolce said his office is willing to look into any possible criminal conduct that took place. “Without integrity in our elections, the public cannot trust the remainder of our democratic process,” he said.
The Washington Examiner reached out to Dominion for comment.
On May 18, Luzerne County voters, regardless of their party affiliation, saw a ballot only labeled for the Democratic primary on the first screen, leading to confusion. Ballots for GOP voters would show as Republican when printed, even though they appeared to be Democratic on the screen. The election authority granted voters the ability to file a provisional or emergency ballot.
Nicole Nollette, executive vice president of operations at Dominion, blamed the mishap on “human error” during a two-hour special meeting on Monday, breaking with County Director of Elections Bob Morgan, who said last week a “coding error” was to blame.