REPORT: Republican Gov candidate’s voter card said ‘invalid’ when he tried to vote
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Georgia Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp (R) received a voter card that said “invalid” when he tried to use it to vote on Election Day.
Kemp went to his home polling place in Winterville, Ga. on Tuesday afternoon, and had to go back and get another card after unsuccessfully trying to vote, according to Georgia’s Channel 2 Action News.
The article goes on to state the following:
Kemp is not the only Georgia voter to face issues casting their ballot. Many voters reported long wait times and malfunctioning voting machines. One polling site mistakenly installed only three voting machines.
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