Ballots that Gwinnett County officials had hoped to have counted on Saturday have been put off for at least a day because of continued technical issues.
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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.
With ballots still being counted in Gwinnett on Thursday, Rich McCormick said he will not concede defeat to Democrat Carolyn Bourdeaux in the 7th Congressional District race, and is both seeking answers about ballots and considering legal options.
A glitch with some new software being used in Gwinnett for the first time is affecting thousands of batches of absentee ballots, and it means some ballots may not be able to be counted for a few days.
In respect to being afraid to turn the television off, well, now I can empathize with Chandler and Joey.