In a scene reminiscent of so many worries since the 2020 election, voters in Northampton, PA began noticing that their selections had been changed as they examined the paper receipts emerging from their voting machines.
Many users posted their concerns and reports on Truth Social and Twitter in an attempt to spread the word.
As voters and poll workers began reporting the errors, they were told variously to change the paper, take phone numbers and call voters back when the machines were fixed and finally to tell voters to disregard the paper output and that their votes would be tabulated correctly no matter what the paper said.
This morning on Voice of Rural America, Brian K. Pritchard spoke with an Election Judge from Pennsylvania on his observations of yesterday's voting process:
Experts point out that even updates won't fix a system designed without security in mind.