York County, voting machine vendor discover way to identify duplicate votes if they occurred

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YORK COUNTY, Pa. — The afternoon before Election Day, York County’s Elections and Voter Registration department learned of an issue pertaining to the voting machines throughout the county.

The technical problem allowed a single voter to vote more than once for certain cross-filed candidates in the same race. Notices were posted at all polling places, reminding voters they may vote only once.

On Thursday, FOX43 learned from York County’s communications director that the county and voting machine vendor have discovered a way to identify potential duplicate votes.

This story will be updated.