The election issues in Georgia are growing.
The results of a Democrat primary are now being questioned after a hand count revealed the voting machines were off by thousands of ballots.
The initial results showed one of the candidates getting zero votes at most election precincts.
After a hand recount was done the last-place candidate ended up coming in first and the first place candidate ended up in last place.
The Democratic primary for a Georgia county has been called into question after a hand count revealed the voting machines were off by thousands of ballots.
Marshall Orson, a Democratic DeKalb County school board member running for the county commission, asked the local elections board on Thursday to not certify the results as scheduled on Friday due to “numerous issues” with the race.
Orson asked for an “independent review” and a formal recount of the election in his letter to the board, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
“There is no rational basis for believing that there are not continuing issues with the results and the results should not be certified with the continuing existence of multiple substantive issues and concerns,” Orson wrote. “Doing so would pose a substantial risk not only to the confidence the public will have in the overall election results from this race but could extend to the entire primary as well as the general election.”
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