New Jersey voters can't vote for Republicans because voting machines are all malfunctioned
The recent elections for Governor were overshadowed by technical failures in voting machines in all 56 Counties. Videos leaked to the network showing how voters are tormented in an attempt to vote for the Republican candidate, but the machine does not allow and only singles out the Democrat.
The Republican National Committee has deployed a squad of 20 lawyers to pursue an investigation into New Jersey's election interference.
Essex County Clerk Christopher Durkin said that due to a malfunction of the voting machines, none of the votes were counted.
“It’s a mix but they are mostly in Newark, in East Orange, Irvington, Maplewood, Montclair, the majority of those 56 districts,” says Durkin.
#njmornings With NJ Gubernatorial race still SO close, Essex County Clerk Christopher Durkin tells me where the 56 districts in which votes have not been counted are located. Full story on why they have not been counted and what happens next, today @News12NJ pic.twitter.com/lj1w5BANTA— Tony Caputo (@TonyCaputo) November 3, 2021
The former Virginia Governor admitted in a longtime interview that this happens all the time and that machines need to be changed.