The former elections supervisor in rural Coffee County, Ga. does NOT say if Scott Hall actually touched any of the county’s computers…
But she did NOT ‘babysit’ the visit to the elections site , claiminh she was not a baby sitter and she readily allowed the access….
She was concerned that Biden had carried her county….
Dominion Voting System is sueing Republicans who have accused the compnay of vote machine faults where Trump lost with people using their machines….
The Washington Post peieve below points to the irony of Trump & Co. trying to sell the view that things where rigged in then 2020 election when their own supporters broke security rules to access voting machines….
Since the election?
There have few if any instances of vote fraud and the ones encountered have been by Republicans it would seem…
Some of those who committed the breeches and complained about things?
Are running of Sec of State offices that oversee elections….
Hampton said she could not remember when the visit occurred or what Hall and the others did when they were there. She said they did not enter a room that housed the county’s touch-screen voting machines, but she said she did not know whether they entered the room housing the election management system server, the central computer used to tally election results….
Suspected or attempted breaches have spurred law enforcement investigations in Colorado, Michigan and Ohio. One such case has already led to criminal charges. Tina Peters, an elections official in Mesa County, Colo., was indicted in March on charges stemming from her alleged efforts to secretly copy a Dominion Voting Systems server last year.
Details continue to emerge from other places where outsiders may have sought access to voting machines. In Michigan, state police are investigating an alleged breach of voting equipment after the 2020 election in Roscommon County. A local NBC television affiliate in western Michigan reported last week that police had raided a township office in a different county as part of that investigation.
Meanwhile, some prominent election deniers have sought help from officials with access to protected voting systems, and others — including Peters in Colorado — are running to oversee elections as secretaries of state….