Bartow County in northwest Georgia is conducting a voluntary audit of its Jan.5 runoff votes to help citizens regain trust in the state's election system.
Two different federal judges dismissed lawsuits Thursday filed by Republicans seeking to crack down on absentee voting procedures in Georgia for the Jan. 5 runoffs that will decide control of the U.S. Senate.
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, we look at the extraordinary steps Georgia Republicans have taken to try to overturn the state's election results, attack the systems and rules they put in place and support President Trump's false claims of fraud.
The Georgia Secretary of State's office said they will audit a random sample of absentee ballot envelopes in Cobb County from the November general election and the June 9 primary as part of an investigation that local officials mishandled the process.
Friday on Political Rewind: Georgia Republicans continue to give space for debunked election fraud conspiracies from President Donald Trump and his allies.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Attempts to overturn November election results continue despite repeated setbacks and an absence of credible evidence.
As the state prepares for two U.S. Senate runoff elections, most voters must take additional steps to obtain an absentee ballot this time.
Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections chairman Mike Kaplan wants voters to understand that absentee ballots are not being sent automatically.
On this episode, we tackle Georgia’s recount, more misinformation from President Donald Trump and long-shot conspiracy-laden lawsuits seeking to overturn the election.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Top elections officials charged with overseeing Georgia’s voting system are offering a staunch rebuttal to the unfounded accusation of voter fraud from President Donald Trump and his allies.
A top election official in Georgia angrily admonishes fellow Republicans to condemn harassment and attacks on election workers as social media posts have outed personal information and led to death threats.
Monday on Political Rewind: Our panel of political experts discusses the continued baseless attacks on the integrity of the election.
Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said the "numbers don't lie" and Joe Biden narrowly won Georgia, while also announcing some legislative priorities to improve the voting system next year.
Fox News and The Associated Press, which NPR relies on, were the earliest to call Arizona for Biden. Other networks didn't follow for days, as Biden's lead shrank dramatically and some doubted the AP.
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.