Dominion releases new voting machine in preparation for 2024 election

The dust hasn’t even fully settled from the 2020 presidential election, but Dominion Voting Systems is already looking ahead towards 2024. Their announcement today that the ImageCast 2.0, Dominion’s newest voting machine, is ready for production generated quite a lot of excitement amongst election officials and voter security enthusiasts.

The new machines come with many upgraded features meant to increase election security and voter confidence such as…

  • A fingerprint scanner to ensure each voter is only able to vote a maximum of 10 times

  • A built-in COVID-19 test. Any voter who tests positive will have their ballot thrown out for safety reasons.

  • An integrated Fact-Checker to ensure each voter knows the truth about which candidate is right and which candidate is a racist

  • A CNN Live-stream so voters can see the latest news and make their decision on who to vote for based on the most up-to-date information

  • Each voter will be prompted with “Are you sure?” before submitting a vote for any Republican.

  • All voters will receive an “I Voted” sticker upon submitting their vote, or an “I’m a Racist” sticker if they vote for a Republican.

Election officials in Florida have decried the new machines, with baseless claims that they will increase fraud. Dominion, however, has assured that the machines are safe. Dominion spokeswoman, Felicia Moncreif stated, “Dominion is positive that the new ImageCast 2.0 Machines will not rig the election, nor will they glitch in the middle of the night.” As Fox News cut away from the interview, host Chris Wallace stated, “That’s good enough for me, I guess.”

The swing states of Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Ohio have already placed orders for nearly 600,000 machines. They plan to implement them as soon as the 2022 mid-term elections.