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Here we go - Dominion Voting Systems - get ready!

The supplier of Palm Beach County's voting and tabulating equipment says a software "shortcoming" led to votes being assigned to the wrong candidates and the elections office declaring the wrong winners in two recent Wellington council races.


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I am sorry, but any serious,

I am sorry, but any serious, competant software developer would be able to get right the simple counting of button pushes. Either the people suck at their jobs, or it was done on purpose; I dont think I could count out either.

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Pretty bad

The article says the program assigned results to the wrong races. Major duh.

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Weeellll, computer programs are a complex enough thing, and it's very easy for errors to occur, esp. if peripherals or network traffic are involved.

The crazy thing is doing it digitally in the first place. Trust analogue, be wary of digital.