REPORT: State’s precinct has 670 ballots cast, but only has 276 registered voters
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Six hundred and seventy ballots were cast in a Georgia precinct with 276 registered voters in the state’s primary election, according to the Georgia Secretary of State’s office.
A northeastern Georgia precinct located in Habersham County had 276 registered voters before the state’s primary elections at the end of May, but 670 votes were recorded—indicating that 276 percent of voters turned out in Georgia’s primary election, McClatchy reported.
The article goes on to state the following:
The recently publicized voting irregularities come as the state investigated other instances of voter fraud—including one where an Atlanta City Hall staffer claimed she had to “print and deliver 500 blank absentee ballots” to an advocacy group staffer and pick up additional ballots from the Atlanta mayor’s campaign office to drop them off at an office in Fulton County.
Part of the reason for the increase in voter fraud claims stems from concerns about the security of Georgia’s electronic voting systems, as Georgia is one of a handful of states, including New Jersey, South Carolina, Delaware, and Louisiana, that uses electronic voting machines that do not produce a paper trail for voters to verify their ballots.
Elections experts say the lack of a paper trail makes the ballots difficult to audit.
BREITBART also reported:
Harri Hursti, an election cybersecurity expert, said the incorrect ballots could have been the result of a clerical error or manipulation of voter data by hackers.
A spokesperson for the office of Georgia’s Secretary of State defended the security of the state’s ballots in a statement in response to the recent allegations of voter fraud.
Spokeswoman Candice Broce wrote in an email:
Alongside federal, local, and private sector partners, we continue to fight every day to ensure secure and accurate elections in Georgia that are free from interference. To this day, due to the vigilance, dedication, and hard work of those partners, our elections system and voting equipment remain secure.
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— Chuck Woolery (@chuckwoolery) August 7, 2018
670 ballots cast in Georgia precinct with 276 voters
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) August 8, 2018
670 ballots in a precinct with 276 voters, and other tales from Georgia’s primary https://t.co/Xzzr6VphqF
— McClatchyDC (@McClatchyDC) August 6, 2018
Keep repeating: THERE IS NO VOTER FRAUD – THERE IS NO VOTER FRAUD – THERE IS NO VOTER FRAUD > 670 ballots in a precinct with 276 voters, and other tales from Georgia’s primary https://t.co/FUTM6krs8E
— David Webb (@davidwebbshow) August 7, 2018
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