Georgia Recount in Fulton County Delayed By Dominion Server Crash

The recount in Fulton County, Georgia, was delayed because the Dominion Voting Systems mobile server crashed on Sunday evening.

Officials in the county, which also includes Atlanta, said the server was bought new.

“Dominion technicians have been deployed to solve the problem,” Fulton County officials said in a statement on local broadcaster WXIA-TV. “The Georgian Foreign Minister’s office has also been made aware of the problem and is aware of efforts to resolve the problem.”

The recent incident with Dominion certainly won’t help the controversial company’s bad image. Many Republicans, including President Donald Trump, have pointed to serious anomalies and outright fraud in areas where Dominion voting machines happen to be located.

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The Washington Examiner reports that officials said the vote recount is expected to resume Monday morning.

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