Election machines were stolen in Georgia’s Sixth District over the weekend, but the Cobb County Precinct Manager did not report the theft until two days later.
What is the matter with people who run elections? We consistently see around the country where people in charge of our election process cannot seem to run them in a competent manner. From not anticipating enough ballots to meet voter demand, to ballots magically showing up weeks later in locked boxes in New Mexico, to malfunctioning machines, to inconsistent counting practices, it seems we struggle with how to get it right.
I am sure people will send me emails attesting to the integrity-filled nature of the ballot process, but I have seen to many issues over the last three decades to believe our election process cannot be improved dramatically.
Knowing that this special election in Georgia is important, how does a precinct manager allow election machines to be vulnerable so that they are stolen and then fail to report the theft for two days.
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