Ars Technica: VOTE EARLY, VOTE OFTEN —Frozen machines, 243-percent turnout, and other woes in Georgia voting. A federal lawsuit alleges significant problems with voting in the Peach state.
“..if any state is a poster child for terrible election practices, it is surely Georgia. Bold claims demand bold evidence, and unfortunately there's plenty; on Monday, McClatchy reported a string of irregularities from the state's primary election in May, including one precinct with a 243-percent turnout….in Habersham County's Mud Creek precinct... it appeared that 276 registered voters managed to cast 670 ballots
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