Two precincts in Virginia’s 7th and 10th Congressional Districts, have reportedly recorded more votes than there were voters inputting ballots, according to a non-profit watchdog group.
The report raises worries of voter fraud, or at least a failure of the machinery of the election in those counties.
Per Just the News:
In Prince William County, one of Virginia’s most important electoral counties, at least two precincts had more ballots reported on the machine scanners’ tallies of ballots than were tabulated by election officers, according to a report by Electoral Process Education Corporation (EPEC), a nonprofit that performs election data analysis.
(See the report HERE)
A board of directors member of EPEC told Just the News on Monday that precincts P-612 and P-104 were the ones affected by the discrepant vote totals. P-612 is in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District, and P-104 is in the 10th.
Democratic Rep. Abigail Spanberger won the 7th CD against GOP nominee Yesli Vega, and Democratic Rep. Jennifer Wexton won reelection in the 10th CD against Republican candidate Hung Cao.
In P-612, the ballot scanner reported 531 ballots scanned, but only 504 ballots were actually collected in the machine. Election officers realized the discrepancy when comparing the check-ins on the poll books to the number of ballots the scanner had reported.
Just the News has more, of course, but just how many other major failures have occurred during our elections?
It is a question Democrats don’t want answered. Despite the proof otherwise.Commentary