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Elections Board denies losing candidate’s recount petition



The Richmond County Elections Board met in an emergency session June 3, to hear a petition from Evita Paschall asking for a recount in the May 24 election for State Court judge in which she lost to Ashanti Lilley Pounds. After hearing Paschall’s petition, the board declined to issue a recount.


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  1. She just may have a case! Someone should look at the counts and ballots. Several (probably more than several had issues with the counts given by the dominion machines – Dekalb, Cobb, Bullock, Chatham, and others with documented irregularities from May 24th. The irregularities go across both parties. Voterga.org

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