The chief prosecutor in a Pennsylvania county is investigating problems in a local election that involved machines from Dominion Voting Systems.
Sam Sanguedolce, the district attorney of Luzerne County, opened the inquiry after the local council voted last week to ask his office to investigate the May 18 primary election after voting machines failed to display Republican ballots.
“In this case, our goal is really to determine what the facts are and release more facts if, in fact, criminal conduct didn’t occur so that the public can be reassured. These are the facts we found, this is what was supposed to happen, and this is what you need to know,” Sanguedolce told WBRE/WYOU-TV.
Luzerne County residents, particularly Republicans, raised concerns after electronic ballots were only labeled for the Democratic primary on the screen.
“The Republican Party voters have been disenfranchised. We have multiple complaints that have gone through to us saying they didn’t get a chance to