Election Day in the Keystone State is off to a rocky start as officials in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, reported problems with votes being recorded in the state’s Superior Court elections.
The county said that the only issues were with voting in the race for retention to the Pennsylvania Superior Court, involving Judges Jack Panella and Victor Stabile. The issue appears when a voter opts to vote “Yes” for one candidate and “No” for the other candidate, according to a statement from the county.
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“It appears that when a voter selects a ‘Yes’ or a ‘No’ for one of the candidates for retention to the Pennsylvania Superior Court, the selection is recorded on the paper ballot and on the machine for the other candidate,” the st …