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President Donald Trump’s vote count in a Georgia county was boosted after a human error was discovered, the county’s election supervisor said Monday.
“It was a human error in the way the absentee ballots were tabulated and that was discovered right aft the election,” Carlos Nelson, Ware County’s supervisor of elections, told The Epoch Times.
During the first week in November, according to Nelson, officials found that the initial count for Trump was low by 37 votes while the count for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was too high by 42 votes.
Batches of ballots are run through Dominion Voting Systems machines to count them during the election process. Sometimes, a batch will be partially counted when the machine stops because of a tear or a defect.
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