The voting locations the group is asking for extended hours on are the Duluth City Hall; the Gwinnett School of Math, Science & Technology; New Mercies Christian Church; Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church; Lanier High School; Mountain Park United Methodist Church; Dacula Activity Building; Sycamore Elementary School; Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources; Grace Baptist Church; Central Baptist Church; and Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church.
Joe Sorenson, a Gwinnett County spokesperson, said earlier that in addition to the two locations where equipment wasn’t set up on time, 16 locations did not have all their election equipment by the time the polls were due to open. There, voters were able to use emergency ballots.
Rep. Donna McLeod, D-Lawrenceville, said the election was “a big mess.”
“I am stunned, I am stunned, stunned, stunned,” she said of the inability to have precincts ready when polls were supposed to open. “Did you even attempt to do this a little well?”