Are a lot of voting machines flipping Obama votes to McCain?

Question by Paranormal I: Are a lot of voting machines flipping Obama votes to McCain?
As reported in West Virginia and Tennessee. http://www.democracynow.org/

“Early Voting Sees Reports of Voter Intimidation, Machine Malfunctions
Early voting has begun, and problems are already emerging at the polls. In West Virginia, voters using touchscreen machines have claimed their votes were switched from Democrat to Republican.”

“Just days after reports that six early voters in at least two West Virginia counties claimed their votes were switched from Democrat to Republican, a couple in Nashville, Tennessee reported similar problems with paperless voting machines. In West Virginia, one voter said, “I hit Obama, and it switched to McCain. I am really concerned about that. If McCain wins, there was something wrong with the machines.”

In Tennessee, a filmmaker couple also had difficulties casting their vote for the Democratic candidate, the Brad Blog reports. They had to hit the Obama button several times before it actually registered, and in one case it momentarily flipped from Obama to Green Party candidate Cynthia McKinney. Patricia Earnhardt said, “The McKinney button was located five rows below the Obama button.” The couple in Nashville were using machines made by the same company as those in the counties in West Virginia—by Election Systems and Software.

Meanwhile, there are reports of long lines at early voting sites in several other states, including some counties in Texas, Florida, Nevada and New Mexico.”

How widespread are these kind of problems? Have you experienced this?

Best answer:

Answer by jimthesnowboarder
there having problems, even if some computers did it. it wouldnt be enough for a mccain victory anyways.

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Virginia House votes to let banks sell insurance.: An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

Virginia House votes to let banks sell insurance.: An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

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Title: Virginia House votes to let banks sell insurance.
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