Dominion Backs Out of Testimony Before PA House Committee

Officials with Dominion Voting Systems were scheduled to testify before the Pennsylvania State Government Committee in a fact-finding hearing on Friday, but backed out on Thursday night.

Dominion Backs Out of Testimony Before PA House Committee

Officials with Dominion Voting Systems were scheduled to testify before the Pennsylvania State Government Committee in a fact-finding hearing on Friday, but backed out on Thursday night.

Voting machines and software provided by Dominion Voting Systems have been central to allegations of fraud according to President Donald Trump’s campaign. Dominion voting systems were used in 14 Pennsylvania counties representing about 19% of the voters in the state. The company’s systems and software have also been deployed in many other states.

State Representative Seth Grove, Interim Chair for the State Government Committee and Chair of the Government Oversight Committee stated members of the Pennsylvania House Committee had a planned hearing with Dominion officials, and that he was looking forward to hearing Dominion affirm their products while offering information to Pennsylvania voters.

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