PA Post | Tuesday, November 12, 2019, Harrisburg Patriot News
Paper jams, long lines, incorrect results: Some voters and elections officials encountered problems on Tuesday as 35 counties rolled out new voting machines.
York County officials issued a public apology Tuesday evening after voters complained of delays and other problems with the county’s new $1.4 million paper-ballot system.
Christopher Huffaker | Thursday, August 15, 2019, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Election security experts told the Allegheny County Board of Elections in June that the best choice for secure elections is a voting system where most voters make their selections with a pen on paper — while those who need them have access to ballot-marking devices.
A new analysis shows that for Pennsylvania counties that have already selected new systems, that is also the cheaper option.