Congress is unlikely to intervene immediately, said Salley Collins, a spokeswoman for the Committee on House Administration. The usual practice in such cases is to wait for the state-declared winner to be sworn in and a court to rule, then investigate if the candidate wishes to continue contesting the case.
Interesting turn of events. ES & S, the company that makes the machines doesn't want any investigation because, as it proclaims, it's programming is a trade secret.
Privatized voting, what every American is longing for, eh?