Pennsylvania Elections: “Well Run”

Election Assessment in Pennsylvania County Uncovers Five ‘Issues of Note’
Wake TSI said in its report summary that it found that the election “was well run, was conducted in a diligent and effective manner and followed the directions of Pennsylvania.”

That’s good to know. “Well run,” except for the parts they list.

  • Dominion failed to meet the commonwealth’s certification standards
  • the election management system had Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools installed, despite the software not being part of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission’s certified configuration;
  • changes were made to the management system just three weeks prior to the election.
  • “allows any user with access to change and manipulate the EMS databases without logging [recording] to the Database, EMS, or [operating system] logfiles.”
  • Dominion failed to fill out a document that attests that the installed software versions conformed with certified reasons
  • the county not keeping documentation on whether logic and accuracy testing was done on the machines, which is inconsistent with the Pennsylvania Department of State’s conditions for certification
  • scanning errors identified in two sets of log files exceeded the allowable error rate set by the federal government.

But other than that, how did you enjoy the play, Mrs. Lincoln?

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