A "I Voted" sticker is shown by a keyboard in the Voting Machine Hacking Village during the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, July 29, 2017.
A "I Voted" sticker is shown by a keyboard in the Voting Machine Hacking Village during the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, July 29, 2017.

A federal judge has chastised election officials in North Carolina who let a Korean woman with a green card vote in three elections.
 
The News & Observer reports Hyo Suk George had lived legally in the country for nearly two decades before a town council member at church encouraged her to vote. She registered in Columbus County with a driver's license, Social Security number - and a green card. George voted in 2008, 2010 and 2016.
 
On Thursday, U.S. District Court Judge Terrence Boyle said the board of elections in Whiteville ``ought to be a little smarter than'' accepting a green card as proof of voter eligibility. Green card holders are not U.S. citizens.
 
George faced prison time for illegal voting, but Boyle let her go with a $100 fine.