Are voting machines not properly recording the intended votes of American citizens this election cycle?
With early voting underway already, more examples are being found across the nation of problems at polling places.
The latest comes from Marion County in the battleground state of Ohio, where Joan Stevens tried to vote for Mitt Romney Monday on an electronic touch screen, but Barack Obama’s name kept lighting up.
According to the Marion Star, it took her three tries for her choice to be accurately recorded.
“You want to vote for who you want to vote for, and when you can’t it’s irritating,” Stevens said.
Stevens says she alerted Jackie Smith, a Board of Elections member, who reportedly told her the machine had been having problems all day.