By Marielena Montesino de Stuart
Yesterday I wrote about the concern that many have over the Smartmatic company in charge of Utah’s online voting– given that Smartmatic’s chairman is a colleague of George Soros. Yes, THE George Soros.
Here’s a report from the Washington Post, published yesterday at 10:13pm Eastern, written by Amber Phillips:
“Utah Republicans are holding a first-ever online presidential primary. And it’s not going so well.”
Unfortunately, Utah’s digital election night doesn’t seem to be going as smoothly as Utah Republicans had hoped.
While Utah Republicans headed to their caucus in person on Tuesday evening, anyone who had registered online by March 17 can log on to utah.gop to vote between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. local time and cast their vote. But the Deseret News reports some voters got error messages when they tried to navigate beyond the first page.
“I must have tried eight or nine times without success,” Greg Ericksen told the newspaper.
Someone has to say the truth…
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