Dominion Voting Machines in NJ Malfunction; Voters’ Paper Ballots Disappeared

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Possibly up to thousands of paper ballots have disappeared in Mercer County, New Jersey. Voters were forced to complete paper ballots after Dominion Voting machines failed to read electronic ballots.  Approximately 3,211 voters in three Princeton districts and 835 Robbinsville residents could end up disenfranchised if their ballots are not recovered. According to the Globe, the missing ballots that were successfully delivered could have been “misplaced at the Board of Elections office.”  If the Mercer County ballots are not recovered and counted, it is yet to be determined what recourse the voters will have.