Jenni Phipps

Jennifer Phipps, director of elections in Walton County, watches while Sharon Gregg, then the assistant director of elections, takes part in the recount of the presidential election on Nov. 30, 2020, in Monroe, Ga.

MONROE, Ga. — Georgia’s attorney general will consider what to do about the votes that originally went uncounted in Walton County last fall.

The State Elections Board voted last week to refer the case to Attorney General Chris Carr’s office.

Chris Carr

Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr speaks at a news conference Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020, at the state Capitol in Atlanta.

Beau Evans of the Capitol Beat News Service contributed to this report.


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