A Pennsylvania district that encountered voting machine problems during a primary earlier in May has decided to investigate the matter through a top prosecutor — another win for former President Trump’s quest to ensure the integrity of forthcoming elections.
Luzerne County’s council members voted to request the district attorney’s office to research the controversy in which all votes on some Dominion Voting System machines all selected Democrats.
The Dominion Voting Systems machines became an important part of voter fraud allegations following the 2020 presidential election.
Antrim County, Michigan, served as an important example in which an alleged software “glitch” initially showed Joe Biden as the winner of the county’s votes. A later update revealed then-President Donald Trump had won more votes in the county.
Councilman Walter Griffith, who proposed the resolution, claimed that many voters were “disenfranchised and concerned about the integrity of the election process,” according to a Washington Examiner report.
The report also said, “District Attorney Sam Sanguedolce said his office is willing to look into any possible criminal conduct that took place.”
Sanguedolce said, “Without integrity in our elections, the public cannot trust the remainder of our democratic process.”
Dominion claims human error was to blame. If so, the investigation should show whether the case is an isolated incident or if further investigation is warranted.