DeKalb County Georgia is Re-Scanning Advance Ballots Due to ‘Reminiscence Card Situation’
Scandal-ridden DeKalb County is reviewing the preliminary votes in the Georgia Senate race due to a “memory card problem”.
DeKalb County fired an election officer in November after a series of ballot verification errors.
Scan ’em till you win it is Georgia motto.
– Lauren (@OffTheChartsTx) January 6, 2021
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“Due to technical problems, the remaining 19,000 ballot papers have to be scanned manually in order to be tabulated and added to the total number of votes. The electoral system in Georgia has built-in safeguards in the form of paper votes that allow us to quickly process electronic ballots, ”the county said in a statement by Alec McQuade of 11 Alive News. “These pending paper votes are currently being scanned and the spreadsheet will be completed as soon as possible and in accordance with government guidelines.”
In this way we can quickly process voting slips submitted electronically. These pending paper votes are currently being scanned and the tabulation will be completed as soon as possible and in accordance with state guidelines. “(2/2)
– Alec (@AlecMcQuade) January 6, 2021
CNN reporter Nick Valencia tweeted that 19,000 ballots in DeKalb “have to be manually scanned in order to be tabulated and added to total votes due to technical problems.”
BREAKING – The remaining 19,000 ballots in DeKalb County have to be “manually scanned to be tabulated and added to total votes” due to technical issues: DeKalb County Elections Director
– Nick Valencia (@CNNValencia) January 6, 2021
In a statement from the county in November when the polling officer was fired, it said: “We noticed that a DeKalb AER manager who is now a former employee is not following our established protocols and the necessary processes we are used to Hold accountable for apparent disregard and record all legal and verified ballots. “
DeKalb County’s election observers also received an impossible number of votes for Joe Biden.
Had this count error not been discovered, Biden would have received enough votes on that one batch alone to cancel Trump’s winnings from Fayette, Floyd and Walton.
– David Shafer (@DavidShafer) November 18, 2020
It won’t stop at 170,000 votes (after we were told it was 130,000). Dekalb County has 20,000 votes left to upload. More wonders in Georgia!
– Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) January 6, 2021