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BREAK: ‘Programming Error on Security Key’ in GA Senate Election Leads to ‘Emergency Ballot’ Use

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Gabriel Sterling – Voting System Implementation Manager for the Georgia Secretary of State’s office – revealed a “programming error on security keys” prompted “backup emergency ballot use” in Columbia County during the Senate runoff election.

The county experiencing “some issues” during the Georgia Senate special election according to Sterling went over 66 percent for President Trump in 2016 and over 62 percent for the same candidate in 2020.

The news comes a day after Sterling, who has repeatedly lashed out at President Trump for his critiques of Georgia’s handling of elections, claimed Georgia’s elections were conducted perfectly.

Sterling recently gave an interview with the hardline globalist Atlantic Magazine where he admitted to being unable to separate his NeverTrump beliefs from his job and admitted to “taking a victory lap” after the November Presidential elections.


Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is the Lead Investigative Reporter at the National Pulse and co-host of The National Pulse podcast.

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