Skip to content

Pennsylvania election officials have decertified voting machines in Fulton County after Republican lawmakers had them audited following the state’s controversial handling of the 2020 election. Acting Secretary of State Veronica Degraffenreid said in a Tuesday letter that after a software company called Wake TSI looked over the Dominion machines at the request of government officials concerned with election integrity, they would have to be retired. The company was contracted following a request from Republican state Sen. Doug Mastriano and from Fulton County election officials, The Hill reported. Wake TSI reportedly examined the machines, looking at each one’s “election database, results files, and Windows system logs.” Fulton County also had Wake TSI use a “system imaging tool to take complete hard drive images of these computers” and to also “complete images of two USB thumb drives” which were used to transfer election results. The acting secretary of state also said the machines were compromised, as Dominion Voting Systems and election officials could not “verify that the impacted components of Fulton County’s leased voting system are safe to use in future elections.”

Notifications - Subscriptions
Notify of
1 Comment
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

1
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x