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Lumpkin County Board of Elections 11/19/19

In attendance: 

From BoE: 

Ashley Peck (Elections Supervisor): present, presiding 

Jim Lovell (R): present 

John Webb (D): present 

Dottie Krull (R): absent  

Sallie Sorohan (D): absent 

From the Public: 

Judy Kreps, Dahlonega 


– Past BoE meeting minutes are posted on Lumpkin County Gov’t website: 

– Meeting agenda posted here: ue 

Key Issues Arising: 

– EO remains uninformed by SoS on: 

1) when new machines will arrive;  

2) which backup battery systems will be used; and  

3) when they will be able to complete their own training so they can then train poll  workers 

Meeting summary key points: 

– EO reported no issues/incidents with recent (City) election. 

– EO was unaware/did not discuss any problems encountered state-wide with new voting  machines during recent election. 

– Elections Office (“EO”) has not been informed by SoS when EO will be able to complete  their staff training on new machines. 

– EO has not been informed by SoS when new machines will arrive. 

– EO has not been informed by SoS which battery backup systems will be used for new  machines, so cannon finalize layout plans for Early and EDay Voting, nor determine if  current electrical outlets/breakers are sufficient or will require upgrading. 

– EO mentioned that City of Dahlonega may be interested in conducting its own elections  in future, rather than having EO hold them. 

Public comment: Member of public requested formally that BoE considers adding extra  hours and at least one Saturday to all Early Voting. 

– End of Meeting.

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These meetings are open to the public by Georgia law. Georgia Open Meetings Act.

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