Memory cards forgotten in 7 Ga. voting machines

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ATLANTA - Memory cards in seven voting machines were unintentionally left in Atlanta precincts Tuesday night, in a poll worker error that election officials say is not expected to affect the outcome of any race.

Fulton County Board of Elections Director Barry Garner says he expects to gain access to the memory cards Wednesday morning and tally the remaining votes.

Garner says poll workers in the seven precincts were in a hurry and did not ensure that all the cards were removed from the machines. He called the oversight unacceptable and said his office would put procedures in place to prevent such incidents from happening in the future.

Garner became director three months ago and has worked for the Board of Elections for 18 years.

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Opinionated one1 11/04/09 - 08:39 am
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Oh the efficiency of

Oh the efficiency of Government in Georgia.

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Little Lamb 11/04/09 - 08:52 am
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Let's face it; everyone is

Let's face it; everyone is not created with equal brain power or work ethic. There are slackers everywhere. These same election workers used to mess up the paper ballots as well.

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