Trump supporters file lawsuit claiming Loudoun uses ‘illegally certified’ electronic voting machines | Government

Supporters of former President Donald Trump are challenging Loudoun County’s use of “illegally uncertified” and “non-compliant” electronic voting machines a week before the nationwide election.

In a lawsuit filed Nov. 1, two Loudoun residents — Thomas Kasperek, of Sterling, and Richard Ryan, of Ashburn — allege that electronic voting machines used in the 2020 and 2021 general elections are made by Chinese manufacturers.” which are known to insert backdoors, allowing malicious actors to access equipment to manipulate data.” They are asking the court to disqualify all Loudoun County electronic voting systems “in favor of voter-verified manual counting of all physical ballots” until a decision is made on their use.

James G. Williams