June 1 update: DeKalb moves 20 poll sites; 4 Decatur precincts shift to new locations

DeKalb emergency precinct shifts for June 9 For more details, scroll down to bottom of post to read pdf of changes Ashford Parkside precinct voters will shift to Montgomery Elementarry School; Clairemont East precinct voters will shift to Decatur Recration Department; Coralwood precinct voters will shift to Briarlake Elementary School; Dunwoody 2 precinct voters will shift to Dunwoody High School; Embry Hills precinct voters will shift to Evansdale Elementary School; Georgetown Square precinct voters will shift from Dunwoody Pines Retirement Home to Peachtree Middle School; Glennwood precinct voters will shift to Decatur Recration Department; LaVista precinct voters will shift to Margaret Harris Educational Center; Lin Mary Lin precinct voters will shift to Neighborhood Church; McWilliams and Miller Grove precinct voters will shift…

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Update: DeKalb shifts 20 poll locations; 4 Decatur precincts shift to new sits

DeKalb emergency precinct shifts for June 9 For more details, scroll down to bottom of post to read pdf of changes Ashford Parkside precinct voters will shift to Montgomery Elementarry School; Clairemont East precinct voters will shift to Decatur Recration Department; Coralwood precinct voters will shift to Briarlake Elementary School; Dunwoody 2 precinct voters will shift to Dunwoody High School; Embry Hills precinct voters will shift to Evansdale Elementary School; Georgetown Square precinct voters will shift from Dunwoody Pines Retirement Home to Peachtree Middle School; Glennwood precinct voters will shift to Decatur Recration Department; LaVista precinct voters will shift to Margaret Harris Educational Center; Lin Mary Lin precinct voters will shift to Neighborhood Church; McWilliams and Miller Grove precinct voters will shift…

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Georgia elections officials plan to make a mockery of recounts. Today’s the last day to tell them “I see what you’re doing”

Photo hat tip @jennycohn1 Update: Surprise–the board didn’t listen to us. The State Election Board voted unanimously Friday to conduct recounts of Georgia’s new paper ballots with scanning machines instead of people: https://t.co/0mDYtxZJGT #gapol — Mark Niesse (@markniesse) February 28, 2020   Action item–Deadline TODAY: Submit written comments on Rule 183-1-15-.03 Optical Scan Recount Procedure by end of day Monday, February 17 to Jasmine Shannon, Secretary of State Elections Division 2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SE 8th Floor West Tower Atlanta GA 30334 or email to jshannon@sos.ga.gov The issue is scheduled for decision on Feb. 28 at the same address, Room 1816. Meeting starts at 9:00 a.m. Hey Georgia: This proposed State Election Board rule is amazingly bad. You should do…

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Hey Georgia: This proposed State Election Board rule is amazingly bad. You should do something.

Photo hat tip @jennycohn1 Update: Suprise–they didn’t listen to us. The State Election Board voted unanimously Friday to conduct recounts of Georgia’s new paper ballots with scanning machines instead of people: https://t.co/0mDYtxZJGT #gapol — Mark Niesse (@markniesse) February 28, 2020   Action item–Deadline Monday: Submit written comments on Rule 183-1-15-.03 Optical Scan Recount Procedure by end of day Monday, February 17 to Jasmine Shannon, Secretary of State Elections Division 2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SE 8th Floor West Tower Atlanta GA 30334 or email to jshannon@sos.ga.gov. The issue is scheduled for decision on Feb. 28 at the same address, Room 1816. Meeting starts at 9:00 a.m. By Jonathan Grant @Brambleman You may have noticed elections officials in Georgia have problems running…

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Download Georgia State Election Board proposed rules and Democratic response

Contents: Links to proposed rules; Democratic Party of Georgia’s response to proposed rules with supporting documents, Jan. 22 meeting agenda   Rules Proposed for Adoption by the State Election Board Jan. 22 Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-6 Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-12  Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-13  Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-14 Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-15  Democratic Party of Georgia response For Immediate Release Date: January 14, 2020   DPG Releases Public Comment on State Election Board Proposed Rules ATLANTA – Today, the Democratic Party of Georgia’s Voter Protection team shared the DPG’s comments and revisions to the State Election Board’s Proposed Rules for the administration of Georgia elections, including administration of new voting machines. DPG…

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Updated: Download Georgia State Election Board proposed rules and Democratic response

  Rules Proposed for Adoption by the State Election Board Jan. 22 Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-6 Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-12  Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-13  Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-14 Proposed Amendments to SEB Rule 183-1-15  Democratic Party of Georgia response   For Immediate Release Date: January 14, 2020   DPG Releases Public Comment on State Election Board Proposed Rules ATLANTA – Today, the Democratic Party of Georgia’s Voter Protection team shared the DPG’s comments and revisions to the State Election Board’s Proposed Rules for the administration of Georgia elections, including administration of new voting machines. DPG Director of Voter Protection Saira Draper issued the following statement: “As Georgia implements an entirely new voting system in…

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