Premier Election Solutions (formerly Diebold Election Systems) has got another tabulation problem. This time it showed up in Montgomery County, Ohio.
Election officials discovered that although five votes were recorded on a memory card inside the voting machine, the votes were not counted by the central tabulation software when the memory card was uploaded to the tabulation server. Premier's Global Election Management System (GEMS) is the tabulation software that counts votes from memory cards.
This problem is similar to one that turned up in Humboldt County, California.
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