Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp said he is concerned about “numerous and substantial issues” surrounding Tuesday’s primary election in Fulton County and more concerned with a lack of communication with local voting officials. WSB-TV reports that Fulton County was scheduled to certify the results of Tuesday’s primary by noon Saturday. That deadline came and went. Now county election officials plan to meet Monday night.
“This process does not usually take this long and every time that we’ve worked a deadline out with them that deadline has been moved,” Kemp told the TV station in an interview. Fulton County election officials could not immediately be reached for comment Sunday, but they told WSB-TV that some delays were caused by the process of counting ballots cast ahead of Tuesday’s voting.
Full Article: Top. Ga. election official criticizes Fulton County over vote counting progress, communication.