Posted BY: Brian Lupo
The 2022 midterm elections have been rife with mistakes, anomalies, delays, and other disastrous problems regarding machines across the country. From poll book issues in Virginia, Georgia, and Texas, to the 30% + voting locations in Maricopa County that couldn’t efficiently and effectively scan ballots on the election, disenfranchising tens of thousands of voters, if not more, there is no shortage of discrepancies that should raise huge red flags when it comes time to “certify” the results.
Well, the county election board in Luzerne County has voted to postpone certification until some questions are answered regarding the “paper shortages” they experienced on Election Day.
Election Day voting skews heavily towards Republicans and these issues across the country only seem to impact those votes.
On Monday, the Luzerne County Election Board voted 2-2 on certification, with one member abstaining. They were met with thunderous applause from the audience after being encouraged not to certify due to Election Day discrepancies.
ABC27 reported on election day that Luzerne County extended voting hours to 10pm due to a “lack of paper ballots” across the county.
LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — A reported lack of paper ballots across Luzerne County has caused the court to approve the extension of voting hours to 10:00 p.m.
Calls to Eyewitness News were coming in from voters stating there are issues with voting machines and a shortage of paper ballots in various areas of Luzerne County. Voters said they could not vote or were told to come back to vote later in the day.
Maricopa County, Arizona has a much graver issue than Luzerne County, yet they are currently holding a hearing about certification. You can watch that hearing live here.