Uncounted Votes On Memory Card Flips Election Race In Georgia

Uncounted Votes On Memory Card Flips Election Race In Georgia

Uncounted votes stored on a memory card flipped a City Council election in Cobb County, Georgia.

The election race was originally won by Madelyn Orochena but after uncounted ballots were found on a memory card Lynette Burnette was declared the winner.

Cobb County, Georgia Election Officials discovered 789 uncounted ballots from the Kennesaw 3A precinct which caused Burnette to win by 31 votes.

In response to the election race being flipped Orochena told Fox News “I was really shocked. I had a lot of questions,”.

Recount! Cobb County election officials say the discovery of a memory card with uncounted votes changed the outcome of the Kennesaw City Council race. The candidate who initially won, then came in 2nd, demanded a recount. @FOX5Atlanta pic.twitter.com/sZ27bpy29l

— denisedillon (@DillonFox5) November 19, 2022

In an official statement, Cobb County Elections Director Janine Eveler stated, “Unfortunately, once found we did upload it, and it changed the outcome of the Kennesaw City Council race.”

Cobb County election officials will not conduct a recount of the election results due to the race being decided by 31 votes.

Recount! Cobb County election officials say the discovery of a memory card with uncounted votes changed the outcome of the Kennesaw City Council race. The candidate who initially won, then came in 2nd, demanded a recount. @FOX5Atlanta pic.twitter.com/sZ27bpy29l

— denisedillon (@DillonFox5) November 19, 2022

 

Georgia has a history of memory card issues.

Back in 2021, The Gateway Pundit reported about Dekalb County, Georgia having issues with memory cards associated with their voting machines.

Here We Go Again: DeKalb County Georgia is Re-Scanning Advance Ballots Because of ‘Memory Card Issue’

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