Saturday afternoon a federal judge ruled in favor of the state Republican party over the lawsuit filed in complaint of touchscreen voting machines.
The GOP complained touchscreen voting systems were not working properly during early voting. Thirty-five counties across North Carolina use touchscreen voting. Attorneys for the the state argued there aren't problems with the machines and multiple precautions are in place to prevent errors within the voting system.
On Election day, all precincts that use touchscreen voting machines will be required to post a “Voter Alert” notice that notifies voters: of the following:
• Touchscreen voting machines are sensitive
• A summary page will appear at the end of your ballot
• Carefully review your ballot to make sure your vote is accurately cast
• If you have any problems, please ask for help from a poll worker