Windham, NH auditors call voting machine glitch in Georgia ‘one in a million’ chance

Harri Hursti and Philip Stark, two auditors of the startling election irregularity in the town of Windham, New Hampshire, sat down with Marilyn Marks of the Coalition for Good Governance to analyze a similar machine glitch in the state of Georgia, but which favored Republican candidates. The chances of the machine producing the result were categorized as “one in a million.”

2 thoughts on “Windham, NH auditors call voting machine glitch in Georgia ‘one in a million’ chance

  1. Well it seems to be happening on a regular basis in Nh…….

    This is such a polished well staged piece of propaganda. Look on granite grok for the 3 hour interview…….major difference between real news and propaganda.

  2. The chance that a vote counting machine would err in favor of a Republican is one in a million. I’m not at all surprised – indeed, I’m surprised the chance is that large. The issue, however, with empirical knowledge that voting machines do err, what are the odds that a voting machine will err in favor of a Democrat. That does appear to be, in most instances, the predictable direction of the errors.

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