Missing computer prompts Charlottesville elections office changes
Chris Suarez reports:
Charlottesville election officials last week reported that after the June 13 primary, they lost a small computer containing names, personal addresses and assigned polling places of voters in Charlottesville and Albemarle County. The information on the computer is pared down from data that is publicly accessible in the city election office.
Officials said there is no risk of voter fraud, but the loss of city property and an apparent failure to properly manage and track the equipment has led to a few changes in the city registrar’s office.
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