Some SWGA counties still certifying results for hand tally of presidential race

Some SWGA counties still certifying results for hand tally of presidential race
Three counties in Southwest Georgia are still working to certify their results for the audit.

ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - There are a number of counties in Southwest Georgia that are still certifying ballot results amid a statewide hand tally of votes in the presidential race.

Clinch, Dougherty and Echols counties have not certified their results yet, according to the Georgia Secretary of State’s website.

On Wednesday morning, election officials in Clinch and Echols told WALB they have submitted their certifications.

Election officials in Tift County told WALB early Wednesday afternoon they have certified their results.

The deadline for counties to finish the audit is 11:59 p.m., Wednesday. This is ahead of the Friday deadline for state certification.

WALB is reaching out to those four counties to learn more about their progress certifying results.

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