New Georgia voting machines leave officials feeling peachy

— by Staff Reports, ClaytonNewsDaily.com, October 24, 2019 — PERRY – Voters in a straw poll conducted at the Georgia National State Fair are feeling peachy about the new voting machines they used in the mock contest. Peaches came out the winner in voting on the favorite Georgia Grown food, followed by pecans, peanuts and […]
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— by Staff Reports, ClaytonNewsDaily.com, October 24, 2019 —

PERRY – Voters in a straw poll conducted at the Georgia National State Fair are feeling peachy about the new voting machines they used in the mock contest.

Peaches came out the winner in voting on the favorite Georgia Grown food, followed by pecans, peanuts and blueberries. If nuts and berry supporters were dejected by the results, they could have found comfort in knowing the election was secure, according to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

Raffensperger, Georgia’s chief election official, noted that the new voting technology’s paper ballots provide an audit trail to ensure election tallies are accurate in case the second-place candidate – or crop – requests a recount. Georgia conducts recounts when requested by candidates coming within 1/2-percent of the winner.