Georgia 2020: Election Administration in the Coronavirus Pandemic

Georgia’s state and local election officials administered a successful election in November 2020, with record turnout despite the coronavirus pandemic. The state already had experience with no-excuse absentee voting and an extended window of early in-person voting, although like many states, it experienced a record level of mail-balloting in 2020. Georgia also launched several adaptations, including drop boxes, ballot pre-processing, advanced ballot tracking, and a new absentee ballot request portal. After November 3, Georgia officials also oversaw a statewide hand audit, a machine-based recount, and prepared for the January 5 senate runoff races.

Author: Bree Baccaglini

A final report on Georgia's performance in the 2020 general election.

Final Report / March 10, 2021
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