GA election officials expected to hand over data

Georgia News

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – July 12, Georgia election officials are expected to turn over electronic copies of the state’s voting machine databases.

This comes after a federal judge ordered for computer experts and lawyers to review the databases used to create ballots and count votes.

The ruling involves a lawsuit filed by a group challenging the Peach State’s use of electronic voting machines. They want them replaced by hand-marked paper ballots.

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