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Pennsylvania Decertifies County’s Voting System, Cites Violation of Election Code

Pennsylvania’s top election official has decertified the voting system of rural Fulton County for future elections, saying that an election assessment by a third party had violated the Keystone State’s election code, according to a release on Wednesday. Acting Secretary of State Veronica Degraffenreid, an appointee of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf, informed the Fulton County Board of Elections that she “did not arrive at this decision lightly.” Wake Technology Services Inc. (Wake TSI), a software company based in West Chester, Pennsylvania, had carried out an election assessment that involved its workers visiting Fulton County in December 2020 and in early February. The company in May released a report that concluded the election was “well-run” and did not indicate any signs of fraud in Fulton County. However, five “issues of note” were uncovered, three of which are related to Dominion Voting Systems, whose electronic voting system was used in the county for the 2020 election. “While …

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