Gabriel Sterling, Georgia’s Voting System Implementation Manager, has revealed that a “programming error on security keys” prompted the use of “backup emergency ballots” in the pro-Trump Columbia County during the Georgia Senate runoff election today.
According to The National Pulse – The county experiencing “some issues” during the Georgia Senate special election according to Sterling went over 66 percent for President Trump in 2016 and over 62 percent for the same candidate in 2020.
Sterling, who continues to insist that Georgia elections are fine and that anyone who disagrees with him is acting “irrationally,” tweeted about the issue: “Some issues in Columbia Co. There was a programming error on security keys for some locations scanners & poll worker cards. Voting continues on backup emergency ballots. Newly programmed keys&cards are being taken to locations via law enforcement.”
Some issues in Columbia Co. There was a programming error on security keys for some locations scanners & pollworker cards. Voting