UPDATE 4:25 p.m. ET: Jocelyn Tovar, who posted the original photo after receiving a tip from a voter, said she has met with election officials who say the image was manipulated.
2nd screen shot of ballot- election officials say it's photoshopped- I met with the woman at the polling place. http://t.co/icuY8TMwJo— Jocelyn Durand (@Jocelyn Durand) 1415128023.0
Tovar also added that the original voter denies the claim:
The mother who took the photo: "I don't have time for that." On accusations ballot picture was photoshopped— Jocelyn Durand (@Jocelyn Durand) 1415130581.0
Original story below
An elections administrator in Bexar County, Texas, says her office is investigating a voting machine that appeared to leave off Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott's name.
"We've had complaints that we don't understand," Jacque Callanen told TheBlaze. "I'm sending someone out to bring that booth into us."
An image of the voting booth was posted on social media by Jocelyn Tovar, a reporter for WOAI/KABB, according to her Twitter account.
Abbott, Texas' attorney general, is running against state Sen. Wendy Davis (D).
Just interviewed the voter of this ballot, @GregAbbott_TX is not even listed! #vote #texas #electionday
A photo posted by Jocelyn (@jocelyn9000) on
Though Abbott's name seemingly isn't listed, 'avid Dewhurst' (sic) is. David Dewhurst, Texas' lieutenant governor, is not a candidate for governor.
The image received extensive coverage on social media, with websites like Twitchy, The Right Scoop and Red State quickly picking it up.
Red State's Moe Lane commented: "And yes, Bexar County is Democrat country. So: either fraud, or screaming incompetence. Take your pick…"