It appears that no matter how much Dominion tries to run away from controversy, the headlines still keep following them.


They’re now involved in another scandal involving a recent primary election in Pennsylvania, where their equipment apparently had a “human error” which caused a Democratic header at the top of Republican ballots.

Good grief.

For a company with such a “stellar” reputation, they sure to have a lot of “errors,” don’t they?

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Well, it doesn’t appear that Dominion is getting off the hook too easy this time.

One Pennsylvania county is demanding an investigation into the matter.

From Times Leader

Councilman Walter Griffith proposed the DA election investigation request, citing an on-screen ballot mislabeling error and other problems that caused many voters to be “disenfranchised and concerned about the integrity of the election process.”

It was unanimously approved by all 10 council members present, with Linda McClosky Houck absent.

County DA Sam Sanguedolce was not in attendance but said Tuesday night his office will investigate any allegations of potential criminal conduct relating to the May primary.

He said his predecessor, Stefanie Salavantis, created an Election Fraud Task Force that remains intact and will review anything forwarded to the office.

“Without integrity in our elections, the public cannot trust the remainder of our democratic process,” Sanguedolce said.

Dominion Voting Systems Inc., which supplied and programs the devices, said “human error” at the company caused the data entry typographical mistake that put a Democratic header at the top of Republican ballots. The county administration also acknowledged the county did not test the ballots after they were programmed into the machines, relying on the company to do that task.

Griffith’s resolution asks the DA’s office to investigate Dominion’s practices and procedures in programming and set-up of the primary ballot, the county election bureau’s review and testing and the election board’s role in election equipment oversight and security.


While this may seem like a small win to some, it’s actually much bigger than that.

These small threads that are being pulled could unravel a much bigger revelation.

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