As the nation eagerly watched Georgia’s election results to see if the Peach State would give Joe Biden a victory over President Donald Trump in the presidential election this week, Gwinnett County was dealing with the aftermath of an election night software glitch.

It took a few days, but Gwinnett elections officials were finally able to count the results from more than 7,000 ballots late Friday afternoon. There had been a mixture of ballots in that group, but they were held up votes that needed re-adjudication.

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