Pennsylvania’s Top Election Official Decertified Voting System

Pennsylvania’s top elec­tion offi­cial has decer­ti­fied the vot­ing sys­tem of rur­al Ful­ton Coun­ty for future elec­tions, say­ing that an assess­ment by a third par­ty had vio­lat­ed the Key­stone State’s elec­tion code.

The Penn­syl­va­nia Depart­ment of State said in a state­ment dat­ed July 21 that Wake Tech­nol­o­gy Ser­vices Inc.’s access to the county’s vot­ing sys­tem “under­mined the chain of cus­tody require­ments and strict access lim­i­ta­tions nec­es­sary to pre­vent both inten­tion­al and inad­ver­tent tam­per­ing with elec­tron­ic vot­ing systems.”

It added that the “unau­tho­rized access” pre­vents the vendor—Dominion Vot­ing Systems—from “affirm­ing that the sys­tem con­tin­ues to meet state and fed­er­al cer­ti­fi­ca­tion standards.”

Wake TSI, a soft­ware com­pa­ny based in West Chester, Penn­syl­va­nia, had car­ried out an elec­tion assess­ment that involved its work­ers vis­it­ing Ful­ton Coun­ty in Decem­ber 2020 and in ear­ly Feb­ru­ary. While the com­pa­ny in May released a report that con­clud­ed the elec­tion was “well-run” and didn’t indi­cate any signs of fraud in Ful­ton Coun­ty, five “issues of note” were uncov­ered, includ­ing three relat­ed to Domin­ion, whose elec­tron­ic vot­ing sys­tem was used in the coun­ty for the 2020 election.

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