ACC Board of Elections

ACC Board of Elections Rejects Residency Challenge

Dec 22, 2020

Monday evening, the Athens-Clarke County Board of Elections denied an effort that challenged the residency of almost 8,000 voters.

According to Flagpole Magazine, the challenge was filed by Gordon Rhoden, chairman of the Athens Republican Party, who alleged that voters moved away from Clarke County, or Georgia because their names appear on the National Change of Address Registry.  The challenge was rejected because submitting a change-of-address form is not probable cause to challenge a voter's residency. 



 

This week on Athens News Matters:

Athens News Matters: Panel

Dec 11, 2020

The panel discusses the week in news and politics including the replacement of two members on the ACC Board of Elections and the surge in local COVID-19 cases.

News 4 Jax

That process of counting Georgia’s five million votes will include some 51 thousand in Athens-Clarke County.

 

The ACC Board of Elections will start its count Friday the 13th from 9 am until 4 pm and will continue the process under the same schedule Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday until complete. 

 

The count can be viewed online or in-person by reservation. 

To make an appointment for more information visit accgov.com/elections. 

University of Georgia Grady Newsource

During an Agenda Setting Session last night, the Mayor and Commission discussed auditing for the Athens Clarke County Police Department and the Board of Elections.

 

The Mayor and Commission discussed the establishment of audit work plans for the Police Department and the Board of Elections, two departments who have been scrutinized in the public eye in recent months. 

 

District Three Commissioner Melissa Link: 

 

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