Why some Pa. counties are struggling with voting machine upgrade
Under a state threat to upgrade voting machines by the end of the year or risk not having their votes counted in 2020, Pennsylvania counties are scrambling to buy new systems — and some of them aren’t happy about it. “This doesn’t make any sense to me,” said Charlie Martin, a Bucks County commissioner. The county hasn’t selected new machines yet. Nor have Delaware and Chester Counties. Jonathan Lai, The Philadelphia Inquirer.
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