Not all of the voting machines were working at Pittman Park. The wait time to vote at the Pittman Park precinct in Atlanta was reported to be three hours. Pizza and snacks were donated for the people waiting in line. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM

Fulton County reports 100 percent of votes at 2 a.m.

At 2:01 a.m., the votes in Fulton County were counted.

Vote tallies were delayed as the county waited for voting cards to come in from three precincts that were kept open past 7 p.m. following a court order, Jessica Corbitt, a county spokesperson, said.

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The Pittman Park Recreation Center closed at 9 p.m., while the Booker T. Washington High School and Archer Hall at Morehouse College precincts both closed at 10 p.m. Corbitt said people were voting until 11:30 p.m.

Just shy of 2 a.m., the county reported 83 percent of votes had been counted. Fulton has a history of not finishing its counting until well into the night.

In total, 421,490 votes were cast, a 60 percent voter turnout. Fulton’s totals include absentee ballots, though some other counties have yet to tally theirs. A number of races remain too close to call.

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