“Wrong Votes and System Failures Mar South Carolina Elections, Report Finds”

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South Carolina miscounted hundreds of votes in the 2018 primary and midterm elections, according to a new report by the League of Women Voters state chapter. The errors cast doubt on the quality of programming in the election computers, on the functionality of the old hardware, and on the state’s current election infrastructure itself. (Neither political party was favored by these problems.)

The state even upgraded the software on its voting machines before these elections, yet failed to fix basic problems.

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