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The D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics said problems with the initial voting results Tuesday night were caused by a computer glitch that generated errors in vote totals in several races, including the D.C. Council contests for the Republican at-large nomination and the Ward 2 Democratic nomination. Election officials corrected the errors early Wednesday.

[Results: At-Large Member of the Council, Ward 2 Member of the Council]

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D.C. Election Glitch Blamed On Equipment
Article | D.C. election officials blamed a defective computer memory cartridge yesterday for producing what appeared to be thousands of write-in votes that officials say did not exist.

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