A likely recount would mean that the race between Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick might not be decided until June 8, the deadline for counties to report their results to the state.
Today on Political Rewind: The board that oversees Stone Mountain Park meets today to hear proposals for how to reshape the story that for decades has celebrated the “Lost Cause” of the south. Also, a Superior Court judge has ordered yet another recount of 2020 presidential ballots in Fulton County.
Georgia counties are counting the final ballots as part of an unprecedented full hand recount risk-limiting audit of the presidential race. The process uncovered a handful of mistakes county elections officials should have caught otherwise, but the outcome should remain the same.
The secretary of state's office said the risk-limiting audit discovered Fayette County failed to tabulate about 2,750 votes from a memory card, bringing the overall advantage for Joe Biden to just under 13,000.
The manual audit of the almost 5 million votes cast in Georgia in the presidential election is almost over, and it looks like not much will change in the vote totals. The audit comes as some Republicans question the integrity of the outcome — without evidence. What was the audit like? GPB’s Grant Blankenship and Stephen Fowler bring us inside the process.
Wisconsin does not have automatic recounts, but a losing candidate can file a sworn petition requesting one if the margin of victory is less than 1%. Democrat Joe Biden leads by roughly 21,000 votes.
It’s been a long, hard-fought race for Georgia governor, and it’s not over yet. Republican Brian Kemp has not declared victory, and Democrat Stacey...