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Statements detail alleged issues with Georgia voting system
More than 200 declarations made public
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In this Nov. 6, 2018 file photo, voters wait in line on election day next to unused machines as the precinct switched over to paper ballots after a judge ordered the polling location to remain open until 10 p.m., a full three hours after polls closed statewide, in Atlanta. State lawmakers are currently considering options to replace the state's outdated election system. - photo by Associated Press
ATLANTA — Long lines, last-minute polling place changes, missing or incorrect voter registration records and malfunctioning machines are among the problems Georgians faced during last year's midterm election, according to sworn statements gathered as part of a challenge to the way the state's elections are run.
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