[Ed. – Emphasis added. Looks like it was more than one county.]
A Pennsylvania county faulted a “coding error” this week after Republican and nonpartisan voters were dismayed to see only Democratic ballots available as they tried to participate in a slew of local elections.
Luzerne County voters were issued a ballot that only indicated it was for the Democratic primary, regardless of their indicated party affiliation. … Director of Elections Bob Morgan said the error was not the fault of the local government, but rather the blame lied [sic] with Dominion Voting Systems …
A similar issue occurred in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, on the same day, according to KDKA, a local CBS affiliate … Multiple precincts were having difficulty scanning bar codes on all ballots, and several voters said their Republican ballots were not accepted. Chris Varney, an elections judge, said the issue was initially believed to be affecting all ballots, but officials later determined the problem only affected Republican ballots.