WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – Georgia is launching an investigation into voting process issues in two counties, the state’s Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, said on Tuesday.
Some voters in Georgia waited for hours to cast a ballot, Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday. State officials said, as quoted in the news outlet, many of the delays happened as poll workers were not familiar with the new voting machines.
Oon 9 June, primaries were held in some 5 states including Georgia, Nevada, South Carolina, North Dakota, and West Virginia.
Earlier in the month, former-US Vice President Joe Biden became the Democratic nominee securing 1,993 delegates, with 1,991 delegates needed to be formally named the presidential nominee.
The primaries continue across the country despite the ongoing health crisis and the recent violent protests in American cities.