The city’s top elections official, Claire Woodall-Vogg, said not counting the 386 ballots on Nov. 3 was due to an error by new election inspectors.
A second Georgia county has uncovered a trove of votes not previously included in election results, but the additional votes won’t change the overall outcome of the presidential race.
Did the vote recount in Georgia find 2,600 uncounted ballots in a "solidly blue" Georgia County that meant a net gain of 800 votes for Trump, suggesting the recount in red counties could yield even more for Trump? No, that's not true: The
Social media users ridiculed the Texas senator for tweeting about uncounted votes in Puerto Rico.
The discovery was made during a state audit.
Trump had previously complained about election results being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seven weeks have passed since the first U.S. case of coronavirus was announced, and the government is failing to account for what could be thousands of additional infections because of ongoing problems with testing.
The percentage of mail-in ballots rejected in Georgia due to signature issues this year was about the same as in the 2016 and 2018 general elections. Nevertheless, a tweet from President Donald Trump wrongly compared the number of ballots rejected for
Can Dominion Voting Systems change votes in real time? No, that's not true. A report on One America News questioned whether the company was "manipulating the outcome of the 2020 election." The segment noted Trump attorney Sidney Powell sa
On November 18 2020, Georgia Republican Party Chair David Shafer tweeted that a “9,626 vote error” had been unearthed in DeKalb County, Georgia — a claim which, naturally, spread rapidly to other platforms: One of our monitors disc
As vote-counting carried over into November 4 2020, disinformation about uncalled states spread on social media — such as a claim that poll workers in Arizona distributed Sharpie markers to voters — and that ballots marked in Sharpie were
A May 16 2020 Facebook post claiming that Colorado had revised its COVID-19 death count from 1150 to 878 and “ADMITTED” that the state was including deaths from other causes in its count to make the virus seem more lethal took off across