On May 18th, The Palmieri Report reported on issues with voting machines in Pennsylvania’s local and primary races.
Now, we have this.
An investigation found that some voting machines were left unattended at a mall in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.
Bob Morgan, the director of elections for Luzerne County admitted that the machines shouldn’t have been left there but stressed that “anything that could be tampered with was removed.
A media investigation found unsecured voting machines at a mall in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, prompting calls for answers by Republicans and local officials following local elections this week.
The machines, each of which appeared to be in some type of container, were left in a public walkway inside the Terrace Plaza mall, and residents urged the WBRE 28/WYOU 22 Eyewitness News I-Team to investigate. After asking questions about the situation, the team reported the devices were moved to a secured room by mall employees.
“I don’t think they should be in the middle of the mall area. I told them where the room is over there to keep them secure. But we watch them,” mall manager Laura Gruene told the outlet, adding that the machines had been left out since Tuesday, when votes were cast there in Hazleton’s 5th Ward.
Bob Morgan, the director of elections for Luzerne County, said he felt the voting machines should not have been in an area so easily accessible to the public but noted there were 900 machines around the county that can take several days to retrieve, the report said.
“Anything that could be tampered with such as memory cards were removed. There are no ballots inside. These basically are empty shells. We will contact our mover to get them picked up,” Morgan added
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