More questions have been raised about the integrity of Fulton County elections, specifically whether a flawed registration database has allowed voters to cast fraudulent ballots by claiming they live at vacant addresses.
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In the wake of a series of elections errors, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution dug into the issues affecting the Fulton County Registration and Elections Department. By poring over documents, analyzing voter spreadsheets and interviewing experts, county officials, poll workers and voters, the AJC has exposed flaws in the department’s handling of elections and the hiring of a former director. The newspaper revealed how, because of slow data processing, thousands of registered voters didn’t appear on voter rolls in the presidential election, creating long lines and causing Fulton to use more paper ballots than the entire rest of the state combined. Today’s article looks at how more than 100 people voted last year while registered at demolished public housing stock.