Riverside County’s Dominion voting machines face backlash – Press-Enterprise

The uproar over Dominion Voting Systems machines has come to Riverside County.

At least 15 speakers urged the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, May 10, to stop using the technology in county elections. Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco is among those who signed a petition demanding the county get rid of Dominion machines, which are the subject of falsehoods and conspiracy theories stemming from the 2020 presidential election.

It’s unclear how many people signed the petition. While Dominion machines were not on Tuesday’s board agenda, a group of people concerned about the machines spoke at the meeting, and applause and cheers greeted those who demanded that supervisors do away with Dominion.

Speakers included Temecula City Council Member Jessica Alexander.

“I have had numerous constituents concerned about the Dominion machines and their susceptibility to being manipulated,” Alexander, who opposed a Temecula drag show and has compared her resistance to COVID-19 mask requirements to Rosa Parks’ struggle for civil rights, told supervisors.


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