TEXAS COUNTY RETURNS TO PAPER BALLOTS AS VOTE CHANGING COMPLAINTS GROW

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Chambers County, Texas, a suburb area of Houston, has switched to “emergency paper ballots” after electronic voting machines suffered ‘technical glitches’.

Over the past few days, IAAT staff and friends in the field have been reporting on glitches and vote flipping around the state. Most county clerks have dismissed the claims citing user error and ‘media hysteria’.

Snopes even ‘debunked’ the story. Guess this is debunking the debunking. Or something like that.

We, and all the honest Texans reporting issues, were vindicated when a county clerk went to vote and her vote was changed by the electronic voting machine.

Chambers County Clerk Heather Hawthorne issued a press release Tuesday announcing electronic voting would be suspended until the glitches affecting voting machines could be corrected.

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According to Chambers County Clerk Heather Hawthorne, she discovered the glitch when casting her own ballot and made the decision to immediately suspend all voting using machines until the programming error could be resolved.

By this morning, the errors were found and corrected, so residents of Chambers County are back to voting on machines, however Hawthorne notes that all voters should check their ballot twice before submitting. Here’s what she posted on facebook:

Chambers County is east of Houston.

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