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“We’ve got to figure out what the heck is going on. And we’re not saying it’s anyone’s fault.”

Aaron Berg, a representative of Moonlight, the certified printer for the election system for Clackamas County, Ore., commenting on as many as 60,000 ballots that were printed with blurred barcodes, making them unreadable by vote-counting machines. The printing mistake wasn’t caught until ballots were already being returned for the state’s primary election. Up to 200 county employees are being redeployed on Tuesday, May 24, to begin hand-transferring the unreadable ballots’ votes to a fresh ballot that can be scanned. (Associated Press — May 20, 2022)


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