Why do we continue to see problems?
Seven months after 2022 elections, U.S. counties still uncovering Election Day problems
Some issues that were found in multiple counties included understaffing.
By Natalia Mittelstadt • Updated June 20, 2023 • Subscribe Just the News
Following reviews over the past seven months on how their election departments administered the 2022 midterms, several counties across the U.S have found numerous issues that highlight processes and procedures that need to be addressed for future elections.
Such jurisdictions have conducted audits, reviews, or investigations to determine root causes. Several counties released the reviews in June, seven months after the elections occurred.
1. Berkeley County, South Carolina: An audit of the county Board of Voter Registration and Elections’ administration of the 2022 elections released this month by the state Election Commission gave 30 recommendations.
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