Dominion Voting Systems Incorrectly Counted Numbers for Puerto Rico Elections

Paper trail to the rescue, as 6,000 U.S. made voting machines allegedly just had a massive integrity breach:

The problem stemmed from a software issue that caused machines supplied by Dominion Voting Systems to incorrectly calculate vote totals, said Jessika Padilla Rivera, the commission’s interim president.

While no one is contesting the results from the June 2 primary that correctly identify the winners, machine-reported vote counts were lower than the paper ones in some cases, and some machines reversed certain totals or reported zero votes for some candidates.


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