1) 137 people who voted in 2020 had the wrong date of birth listed, stating that they were over 120 years old.
2) 882 voters who voted listed the DeKalb County Courthouse as their place of residence (556 N MCDONOUGH ST). Which may be a work around for homeless people but… is it…?
3) Add on a further 144 voters from the Fulton County Courthouse.
4) Due to an administrative error 1,353 voters have a registration date listed later than 3rd November 2020. On the plus side, only one voter who voted was added to the system after election day (on 11th November)
5) Let’s get into the game-changers. “The voter roll shows”: 516,103 voters voted in Fulton 368,762 voters voted in DeKalb “The count shows” 524,659 votes counted in Fulton. (+8K) 370,804 votes counted in DeKalb (+2K)
6) Undercounts may be spoiled / rejected ballots. Anyway: “The voter roll shows”: 415,052 voters voted in Gwinnett 395,124 voters voted in Cobb “The count shows” 413,865 votes counted in Gwinnett (-1K) 393,746 votes counted in Cobb (-1K)
7) It sort of evens out in the end (sort of) Total votes according to voter roll: 4,991,020 Total votes according to count: 4,998,482 (+7,462) But why so much variance at the county level?