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This is not the time for technical difficulties.
In Spalding County, Georgia officials announced that voting machines countywide went down by a glitch.
Trump won Spalding County by 24% in 2016.
This seems to be a bit fishy, a glitch usually doesn’t just happen to election machines in an entire county.
Luckily, the machines got back up in running according to a report from Fox News.
REPORT: ‘All Voting Machines Go Down in Georgia County That Trump Won by 24% in 2016 https://t.co/CLWnyc77AS
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) November 3, 2020
— CBS46 (@cbs46) November 3, 2020
Is something rotten in the state of GA? https://t.co/pi5BuHBZoY
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) November 3, 2020
Fox 5 News covered the full story and face these details:
Officials say voting is back to normal after a problem brought down computers at all polling locations across Spalding County the morning of Election Day.
The Spalding County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the technical difficulties, which happened at locations across the county shortly after voting began.
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Officials say the problem was being worked on and now solved with all polling stations in each precinct “up and running as they should be.”
One voter in the county told FOX 5 the delay was causing long lines at her polling place with many people leaving in frustration.
How does every voting machine in one specific county go down…? https://t.co/9cYaqPseEs
— Austin Hill (@13AHill) November 3, 2020
CBS 46 News added to the story too:
Voting machines were down at several precincts in Spalding County but the issues have been resolved and everything is up-and-running.
According to Spalding County Elections, there was a glitch in the system Tuesday morning. CBS46’s Rob Hughes arrived at one polling location in the county and no issues were reported but he then visited Spalding Elections Headquarters where machines were down.
Around 10:30 a.m. the Spalding County government updated the status, saying all machines at all precincts in the county were functioning properly.
Do you think it was just a coincidence that all the election machines went down in Spalding County?
Could there be possible meddling with voting machines across the country?
Let us know your opinion down below in the comment section.