As voters across the state report voting machine irregularities this Election Day, ten machines have been taken out of service in Anne Arundel County.
A handful of voters who contacted The Capital Tuesday said their votes were flipped from Republican candidates to Democrats. Another voter said his vote on a ballot question was switched.
Donna Duncan, Maryland Board of Elections assistant deputy for election policy, said 34 reports of faulty voting machines had been filed statewide by early afternoon. Twenty-five machines were taken out of service across the state, including the 10 in Anne Arundel County. A breakdown of precincts in the county wasn't available, but at least one was taken offline at Annapolis High School after voting irregularities were reported Tuesday morning. -