Dominion Contractor Say Voting Machines in Detroit Were Connected to Internet

DETROIT—A con­trac­tor for Domin­ion Vot­ing Sys­tems who per­formed IT work at the TCF Cen­ter in Michi­gan and a for­mer state sen­a­tor who was a poll chal­lenger both say that the vot­ing machines used in the Nov. 3 elec­tion were con­nect­ed to the internet.

Melis­sa Carone—a free­lance IT work­er who sub­mit­ted a sworn affi­davit on Nov. 10 detail­ing a bar­rage of what she called fraud­u­lent actions dur­ing her time at the vot­ing center—said she was called into a hotel in Allen Park on Nov. 2 where the whole Domin­ion team was stay­ing in order to attend a train­ing of sorts.

In that hotel con­fer­ence room, there was a tab­u­la­tor and an adju­di­ca­tion machine the team was told to walk around the room and look at. Carone said a Domin­ion man­ag­er (the man who ini­tial­ly con­tact­ed her for the posi­tion) talked for around an hour telling the team where they were going to be assigned for the election.

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