Technicians scrambling to fix voting machines in South Carolina county after they're caught changing votes
South Carolina voters.

South Carolina voters Tuesday found malfunctioning machine changing their vote, reports WLTX.

Technicians in Richland County, South Carolina, were desperately restarting the voting machines to fix the problem.

According to WLTX, upwards of 30 technicians are working to fix the machines, after voters noticed that their votes were swapped out for the opposing party.

Other malfunctions, with cords and non-functioning outlets, also made voting difficult.

People with poll problems in South Carolina are instructed to call 803-576-2238. South Carolina polls are open until 7 PM. There are a number of key races at stake, including the race for governor, and the state House of Representatives.