Georgia Governor Debate Oct. 23, 2018

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According to Stacey Abrams camp in 2018 during the Georgia election for Governor, Fulton County did not have the adequate amount of machines for voters. They discovered 700 wrapped machines in a warehouse. This evidence is more proof of widespread voter suppression throughout the state.

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Three of the four largest counties in the state – DeKalb, Gwinnett, and Cobb – have reported only a portion of the votes that were submitted by early mail. In Cobb County alone, anywhere between 25,000 and 26,000 votes were submitted early by mail. Four other large counties – Chatham, Henry, Douglas, and Clarke – have reported exactly 0 votes by mail.

Absentee ballots represent another major pickup opportunity for Abrams. In Gwinnett County alone, more than 20,000 absentee ballots are waiting to be counted.

Additionally there is an unknown number of absentee ballots that were potentially wrongly rejected which will also need to be counted.

An historic number of provisional and paper ballots were cast throughout Georgia, these have yet to be counted. Machine breakdowns and shoddy election administration on the part of Secretary of State Brian Kemp contributed to the exceedingly large number of provisional and paper ballots.

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The 2020 election seems to be no different, with voter suppression being top of mind for many voters.

If you are worried about voter suppression check out our piece on identifying tactics used to suppression your vote. CLICK HERE

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Remember When 700 Voting Machines Were Found In A Georgia Warehouse  was originally published on hotspotatl.com

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