Through Sunday, county election officials across Georgia had rejected a total of 362 absentee ballots because of invalid or missing signatures. That's a much lower rate than in the 2018 general election, when 3% of absentee ballots were rejected.
“We’re happy that the secretary of state took action to correct his mistakes,” said Maggie Chambers, spokeswoman for the Democratic Party of Georgia. “Now he needs to make sure all affected voters are contacted as soon as possible and have the chance to cure their ballots.”
The deadline for counties to finalize results is Friday.