Nevada Voters Say Reid's Name Checked for Them on Touch-Screen Ballots
Published October 26, 2010
Voters in one Nevada city are complaining that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's name was already checked when they went to cast their ballots in early voting Monday, according to Fox5Vegas.com.
Voters in Boulder City said they were trying to vote for Republican nominee Sharron Angle, but that Reid's name was checked when they got to the electronic voting machines.
"Something's not right," voter Joyce Ferrara told the network, saying several people reported the same problem. "One person that's a fluke. Two, that's strange. But several within a five-minute period of time -- that's wrong."
A Clark County voting official said highly sensitive touch-screens may be to blame and that fraud is not the issue.