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Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos has expressed concerns about the future of the company, citing the significant damage it has sustained following the 2020 presidential election.

Despite a recent defamation victory against Fox News, in which the news outlet was ordered to pay Dominion $787.5 million, Poulos believes that the public backlash against the company will lead to potential customers seeking alternative voting systems.

In a recent interview with Time magazine, Poulos gave a strikingly pessimistic tone about the future of the voting machine company.

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Poulos stated that the negative perception surrounding Dominion may deter future customers from choosing their systems, even when it comes time to replace outdated systems for certification and obsolescence reasons.

“Whenever the next time a customer chooses to buy a new system—because every eight years or so, you replace your voting system for obsolescence and for certification issues—they’ll just say, ‘Man, it’s just not worth going through the hassle just to buy Dominion,’” Poulos anticipates. “They might be a little less expensive, they might be a little more functional, their service offering might be a little better. But it’s so much brain damage working with them because of the public outcry.”

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