[Ed. – The main county Atlanta is in. Integrity-seekers have been trying to get an audit there for months. Of course, wariness is increasingly in order, not only of the opposition put up by Democrats, but of the length of time since 3 November 2020, and all the things that could have been discarded or even falsified since then.]
A Georgia judge is allowing officials to audit roughly 145,000 absentee ballots cast in Fulton County in the 2020 election, attempting to ensure the integrity and security of the state’s elections.
The audit will allow for the examination of signatures on the ballots to ensure that they are legitimate, according to a Georgia Star News report. …
Files provided by county officials show there are no chain of custody documents — absentee ballot transfer forms — for 385 out of the 1,591 dropbox collections that took place in Fulton County between September 24, 2020, and November 3, 2020, the Georgia Star News reports.