South Carolina voters have been voting on the same faulty, outdated equipment with no audit-able paper trail since 2004.
Video footage shows unattended voting machines in Fulton County left in an unlocked room completely vulnerable to attackers the day before early voting begins.
In what could be a landmark decision in the ongoing election integrity battle, New York State Supreme Court’s Appellate Division ruled last week that electronic ballot images are public records, and therefore subject to freedom of information laws.
37% of Detroit precincts counted more ballots than voters, while 392 of the city’s 662 precincts had voter counts that did not match the amount of ballots. 95 poll books were also unaccounted for at the beginning of the canvass, delivered several days later. 5 of them still have not been turned in and are presumed missing.
This year, many of the electronic voting machines in the key state of Ohio included brand-new anti-hacking and auditing capabilities. Unfortunately, in counties all over Ohio, the security feature was TURNED OFF.