Ohio County Says No To Purchasing Dominion Voting Machines

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Guest post from the Conservative Brief – A county in the battleground state of Ohio has rejected purchasing electronic Dominion voting machines after citizens blasted the decision.

The Board of Stark County Commissioners was set to spend upwards of $6.45 million on 1,400 machines to upgrade existing systems, but members decided against the purchase after county residents raised a ruckus.

The rejection comes on the heels of a highly controversial election last fall in which the campaign of Donald Trump and his allies charged that Dominion machines were manipulated to take votes from him and give them instead to his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, in enough battleground states to lose the election.

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