Voting Machines in Fayette County PA Were Not Counting GOP Votes – County Uses Dominion Voting Machines UPDATE


Update on Luzerne County

Dominion Responds After Pennsylvania Election Officials Report ‘Coding Error’ With Voting Machines

Republican and Democrat voters report issues in Luzerne County
Election officials in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, reported issues with voting equipment at polling places on Tuesday, prompting a response from Dominion Voting Systems saying that there was a ballot screen error regarding the viewing screen’s header.


Luzerne County Director of Elections Bob Morgan told local media that coding on the Dominion Voting Systems machines triggered the problem.

According to some voters and officials, speaking to WNEP, when Republican voters approach the machine to vote, the introduction page says, “Official Democratic Ballot.” A polling place in Kingston Township confirmed to the news outlet that it was forced to pause voting on Tuesday due to the issue.


Vough added to the paper he would suggest that Luzerne County end its contract with Dominion during the next council meeting.

Morgan, meanwhile, explained to PAHomepage that “there is no evidence of any of this problem on the mail-in ballots which were produced from that file” and added that the county is “still working with Dominion to get an explanation as to how this coding error occurred. They were as surprised about it as we were.”

When asked if there was any way it was the fault of the county, Morgan said, “No.”

“We’re doing signs, we’ve contacted each of the judges of elections. We’ve asked them to place a sign at their voting place. We’re giving Republican voters the opportunity to vote by provisional or emergency ballot if they choose.”

Back to the post:

At first, everyone was under the impression that there was a problem with the barcodes on all ballots, but it turns out only Republican ballots are being rejected this past Tuesday’s primary.

How strange.

Gateway Pundit has been about the only game in town to find out anything about the November voting fraud audits. Dominion has been threatening everyone and anything and have been filing lawsuits. The Pundit have been covering the various voting audits from this past election in November and there are many and ongoing. The Feds are trying to block them at every turn. Visit them to catch the latest inside story on the audits. They are on it.


Update from CBS Pittsburgh: The Fayette County solicitor said the courts have granted an emergency petition, which means all the ballots that weren’t scanned will be hand-counted by the judge of elections at each individual precinct once the polls close at 8 p.m.

In the meantime, elections officials are collecting the Republican ballots and storing them in the back of the voting machines. (This makes sense don’t you think for insuring and honest and fair election?)

The Liberty Daily:

Now this…
According to the Fayette County government website the county uses Dominion Voting machines. Check out the link to see what an absurd system is being used in certain counties.

Fayette County Voting System


Welcome to the Fayette County voting system page. This page tells you how to vote in person on Election Day in Fayette County.

Most voters in Fayette County will vote using a hand-marked paper ballot. Some voters will use the Dominion Imagecast X to mark their ballot. All voters will use the ImageCast Precinct Scanner to cast their completed ballot.

it wasn’t all of the ballots that were being rejected. A certain type of ballot was being rejected — specifically, only Republican ballots were getting kicked back by the machines. Judge Joe Scalise said he had a rough morning with Republican ballots being rejected — and then he started hearing that it wasn’t just his precinct, but a countywide issue. According to KDKA:

Elections officials in Fayette County are working to solve a problem dealing with voting machines not accepting ballots. Numerous voters have contacted KDKA, reporting that their Republican ballots were not accepted.

The Fayette County Bureau of Elections has confirmed that precincts across the county are having issues with machines not scanning bar codes on all ballots, for both Republicans and Democrats. Hutchison Elementary School, the polling location for South Union Township’s 3rd voting district, was among those having issues on Tuesday morning.

Chris Varney, Judge of Elections says they were initially under the impression that it was a problem with all ballots, but then determined it was only a problem with Republican ballots. Varney says he was unaware of which specific precincts were dealing with the same issue, but that this same issue was happening in numerous locations across Fayette County.

The solution provided by Fayette County officials was to collect ballots from voters and store them in the back of voting machines — but not to scan any of them to ensure the process was handled in a fair manner.

We’ve heard different variations of this story ever since November 3, 2020, when voting machines seemed to switch votes from Republicans to Democrats. At the heart of the scandal during the big election was Dominion Voting Machines. Certainly they’re not at the heart of this particular voter “challenges” story as well, right? According to the Fayette County Voting Portal:

Most voters in Fayette County will vote using a hand-marked paper ballot. Some voters will use the Dominion Imagecast X to mark their ballot. All voters will use the ImageCast Precinct Scanner to cast their completed ballot.

No word from Dominion or anyone else about how this could have happened again, or why it seems to only be targeting Republicans again. During the 2020 presidential election, hundreds of statistical anomalies accompanied over a thousand affidavits and several videos that depicted rampant, widespread voter fraud. As we broke on NOQ Report on November 6, 2020, Dominion seems to be at the center of many of these instances.

The Fayette County District Attorney is opening an investigation into ballot issues from Tuesday’s primary; KDKA’s Amy Wadas reports.

Why not hand count all the ballots? All the time? Unless there is an audit the assumption is that the machine has counted the ballots correctly. More on the election after the official count comes out on Friday. They are still counting ballots last I checked. By the way, Pennsylvania has drop boxes as well. What possibly could go wrong. The military ballots are still out there wandering around and have a couple more weeks to check in.

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