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Greene County Board of Elections Meeting 11/08/21


Ted Baker, Chair

Bob Lofgren, Republican member

Via phone – Helen Smith, Democratic member 

Kathleen Coines-Meyers, County Elections Supervisor

Meeting called to order by Chairman Ted Baker at 12 NOON.

Motion by Bob Lofgren to adopt the agenda for the meeting was seconded by Helen Smith and approved.

Supervisors Report:

A report on the progress of the new space being reconfigured for the County Elections office was made. Project is 90% complete with a possible move in date in December.

Kathleen reported on the UnionPoint and Greensboro Municipal Elections. 

Union Point results were straight forward.

Greensboro elected a new Mayor. The City Council race had 12 non-partisan candidates for 5 positions. On election night there was a tie for 5th and 6th. One vote was later cured, providing a winner by one vote.

Public Comment

Katrina Breeding appealed to the superintendent to do a recount on the City Council Race. She stated that this was not intended to be a criticism of the work of the Election’s Office but rather to protect the integrity of the vote in a race with a decision based on a single vote.

Kathryn Harris requested a hand recount of the City Council race prior to certification which she felt would go a long way toward burnishing the reputation of the Elections process.

Helen Smith made a motion to approve the minutes of the October 13th meeting which was seconded by Bob Lofgren and approved.

A motion was made by Bob and seconded by Helen to certify the results of the Union Point election. The motion was approved.

A motion was made by Helen with a second by Bob to certify the results of the Greensboro election. The motion was approved/

Both party representatives were asked if they had anything to report at the meeting. Both declined.

Finally, the next monthly meeting was scheduled for December 8th at 5PM. 

Meeting was adjourned at 12:18Pm.

Did you know that the public can attend Board of Registration and Elections meetings? 

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

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