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Looking at Fulton County voting machine issues

  • Scott LaMar
Officials walk past unidentified equipment purportedly to be used in an inspection of Fulton County's voting machines on Jan. 14, 2022. The inspection did not proceed as planned after the Pa. Supreme Court ordered a halt.

Sam Dunklau / WITF

Officials walk past unidentified equipment purportedly to be used in an inspection of Fulton County's voting machines on Jan. 14, 2022. The inspection did not proceed as planned after the Pa. Supreme Court ordered a halt.

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Airdate: Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court last week blocked an inspection of voting machine equipment in heavily-Republican Fulton County – a county where former President Donald Trump won easily.

The machines Republicans want to look at have been decertified because another company without election experience examined those machines last year. The company found nothing consequential.

WITF’s Capitol Bureau Chief Sam Dunklau was in the courtroom last week when this decision was handed down and is with us on Wednesday’s Smart Talk.

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