Autauga Co: DA finds no multiple voting occurred
The Montgomery Advertiser reports: District Attorney Randall Houston has forwarded his report about potential voting irregularities during Autauga County's June 1 primary elections to the secretary of state's office.
The issue came to light when a voter's name appeared on the list of those having cast absentee ballots when the person did not vote absentee. The Autauga County board of registrars made a complaint to the district attorney's office, alleging that voter had cast three votes in the primary, Houston said.
"My office has determined that there was no indication of voter fraud in Autauga County, and there was only one vote cast by the person who was alleged to have voted several times," Houston wrote in a letter accompanying the report. "However, it appears there was an error with the computer system which monitors absentee voting. There are three possible scenarios as to what might have occurred in the Autauga County primary and they include: unlawful human intervention, simple human error, or a malfunction in the computer software."
Houston wrote that the secretary of state's office is best equipped to determine if any problems with the computer system exist. -- Read the whole story --> Autauga County report on voting irregularities sent to secretary of state's office | montgomeryadvertiser.com | Montgomery Advertiser