The PA state house voted 112-90 yesterday to approve an audit of the 2020 election; the state will also conduct a “risk limiting” audit “to apply statistical tools that will measure the election’s accuracy and check for possible interference.”
The chamber voted 112 to 90 for a resolution that told the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee, or a contractor it will hire, to conduct the audit and report back by early February.
Republicans argued they were responding to constituents who were confused by some of the procedures as the state conducted a high-turnout election during a pandemic and under greatly expanded mail-in voting eligibility.
eparately, the Department of State plans another “risk limiting” audit under a pilot program to apply statistical tools that will measure the election’s accuracy and check for possible interference.
This second audit is to involve data from every county.
Rep. Dawn Keefer noted that 14 counties used the Dominion Voting Systems software. “We trust the workers in our polling places and in our counties. But what we don’t know is the role of 3rd party companies. And when they rescind their participation in our hearing, we’re left wondering why.”
Dominion was supposed to show for a meeting at the house, but backed out last minute, “Transparency is key for our election security. Dominion Voting Software is asking us to give them only blind trust. We’re very disappointed in Dominion’s last minute cancelation in today’s hearing.” — Dawn Keefer
SHOW US THE CODE
GOP State Rep. Dawn Keefer on Dominion: “How tightly controlled is the source code and who has control over the source code?”
You don’t lawyer up if you have nothing to hide. Dominion could have cleared the air but did not. The ultimate question is if this software is disenfranchising millions of voters across the country.
Their silence and refusal to answer questions speaks volumes.
Show us the code.