Democrats rail as Georgia mishaps could delay primary results

Delayed results were expected in some key primary races in Georgia on Tuesday as the state grappled with new voting technology and the combined challenges of a surge in voter interest and reduced polling place capacity because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Reports of hours-long lines and breakdowns in voting machines were concentrated in suburban Atlanta, including the 6th and 7th Districts that are home to two of the country’s most competitive House races. That could also hold up results in a crowded Democratic primary to choose a challenger to GOP Sen. David Perdue.

The problems were an ominous sign for

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