Dominion Voting Machines will no longer be coming to Stark County, Ohio after residents pushed back on the county buying voting machines from Dominion.
Stark County was supposed to buy over 1,400 Dominion Voting Machines but a three-person board of commissioners decided not to buy the machines after the public made their concerns known.
The people of Stark County pushed back and as a result, their county is no longer buying untrustworthy machines.
This goes to show if we all stand up together, we're bound to make a difference in our communities.
Stark County in Ohio rejected the purchase of more than 1,400 new Dominion Voting Systems machines after local residents rallied against them.https://t.co/N5jrzhepN5— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) March 12, 2021