Department of Homeland Security to Complete Forensic Analysis of N.C. Voting Software Failure

    Nick Ferrara

    On May 31, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security agreed to renew the North Carolina State Board of Elections’ request to complete a forensic examination of 21 laptops seized from Durham County after voting software malfunctioned during the 2016 presidential election.

    Officials initially requested a forensic analysis in 2016, after a malfunction of VR Systems’ EViD electronic pollbook software on election day led to suspicions that voter data was altered or deleted.

    Read more at The Washington Post

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