Here’s where Georgia counties stand on their hand recount of the presidential election

Here’s where Georgia counties stand on their hand recount of the presidential election
Fulton County said more than 170 election workers recounted more than 520,000 ballots over the weekend

ATLANTA — Last week, Georgia’s Secretary of State ordered all counties to do a hand recount of their ballots for the presidential election in Georgia.

The recount of the more than 5 million votes has to be completed before Georgia certifies its election results on Friday. The Secretary of State gave all counties a deadline of midnight Wednesday.

Many counties started this past Friday or Saturday and have been counting through the weekend.

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Here’s where each county stands on its recount:

Cherokee County: Completed

Clayton County: Completed

Cobb County: Completed

Coweta County: Completed

DeKalb County: Completed

Douglas County: Expects to finish by Wednesday

Forsyth County: Completed

Floyd County: Completed. Found that 2,600 votes missed during initial election day count. More details here.

Fulton County: Completed

Gwinnett County: Plans to complete hand count Wednesday

Hall County: Completed. About 150 ballots still need to be adjudicated later this week.

Henry County: Completed

Paulding County: Completed

Walton County: Completed

We have calls into the other counties across our viewing area and are still waiting to hear back from them about where the recount stands.

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