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How Texans Can Avoid “Vote Flipping”

The Texas secretary of state’s office has warned that some voters who use Hart eSlate voting machines — in place in more than 80 counties — have reported seeing their choices flip to the other party’s candidate for Senate when they try to cast a straight ticket. The company says it’s user error. The Texas Tribune explains how voters can be sure their ballot is cast as intended.

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