VI. Tech Thursday
Georgia: Atlanta-area elections officials are concerned that with thousands of their voting machines currently impounded because of a lawsuit stemming from the 6th District special congressional race that they may not have enough spare voting machines to run municipal elections in November. The impending litigation affects nearly 1,000 machines in Dekalb, 1,324 in Fulton and 307 machines in Cobb counties. Fulton Director of Elections and Registration Richard Barron told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “We are lacking enough equipment to conduct our November election,” adding that the county was seeking to get the hold lifted.