Investigators Found It… ’43,907 Absentee Ballots’

Investigators Found It… ’43,907 Absentee Ballots’
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Around 43,000 absentee ballots counted in DeKalb County, Georgia, during the 2020 presidential election were found to have violated the chain of custody rule.

According to a new report on Georgia Star-News, the exact number of ballots – 43,907 – were counted and certified by county and state officials despite violating the chain of custody requirements.

DeKalb County, Georgia’s fourth most populous county as of the 2020 census, has had its share of issues during last year’s election.

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