Dominion Voting Machines Were Updated Before Election, Georgia Official Confirms

Georgia’s Domin­ion Vot­ing Sys­tems machines in one coun­ty were updat­ed in the weeks lead­ing up to the Nov. 3 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion, a state offi­cial con­firmed dur­ing Geor­gia Sen­ate Gov­ern­ment Over­sight Com­mit­tee meet­ing about elec­tion integri­ty on Dec. 3.

Ryan Ger­many, gen­er­al coun­sel for the Geor­gia sec­re­tary of state’s (SOS) office, made the remarks in response to a ques­tion from Repub­li­can state Sen. Mar­ty Harbin about alle­ga­tions that Domin­ion machines in Fayette Coun­ty had being updat­ed on Nov. 2, the day before the election.

“I under­stand in one of the precincts that rep­re­sents in my dis­trict, that on the day before the elec­tion, there were updates being done to the machines—because of the Sen­ate race with 24 can­di­dates, the machine was hav­ing prob­lems in print­ing,” Harbin, who rep­re­sents the 16th Geor­gia State Sen­ate dis­trict, asked Ger­many at the hearing.

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