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Hillary Gets BAD News After Texas Discovers What She Was Quietly Doing To Voters

There’s been a ton of discussion of late on whether or not election results could possibly be tainted, and some news coming out of Texas will do little to quiet that debate. According to Breitbart, Chambers County had to switch to paper ballots during voting for the Texas 14th Court of Appeals when a software glitch was discovered.

It was discovered that voters selecting all of the candidates from one of the major parties could potentially see at least one of their selections omitted. Poll workers were immediately notified and told to alert voters to the glitch, but the decision to switch over to paper ballots was handed down a short time later.

Chambers County Clerk Heather Hawthorne expects the machines will be back up and running once a software update is completed. It’s unclear if insuring that the voting machines are in working order and in need of any necessary updates is part of the pre-election checklist in the county.

While there’s no suggestion that anything fishy was going on in Chambers County, it does raise some concerns about what happens if something similar happens during the upcoming general election.

Source: Breitbart
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