ATLANTA -- Secretary of State Brian Kemp's office is investigating complaints of "vote flipping" in several counties, including three here in metro Atlanta.
Records are being shattered in Georgia as more people than ever before cast their ballots early.
Ethel Newton voted at the East Point library on Monday.
"I punched Hillary and it switched to Donald Trump," Newton said.
A poll worker quickly helped her start over.
"I've been voting since I was 18-years-old and I'm 71 now and I'm witnessing things at the polls that I've never seen before," Newton said.
Another viewer in Dekalb County said a similar thing happened to her. Again, she contacted a poll worker and the issue was quickly fixed.
A spokesperson for the Secretary of State's office said they're investigating complaints of "vote flipping" in Cobb, Coweta, Clayton, Baldwin and Bryan Counties.
In each case the votes were all corrected.
"I had never had that happen to me at any poll that I went to," Newton said.
Last week, Secretary of State Brian Kemp told 11Alive the issue in Bryan County was a machine that wasn't properly calibrated. Officials believe that's most likely what caused the issue in the other counties.
His office is working with local elections officials to monitor and fix the machines.
Which is what Ethel Newton wants to hear.
"I'm thinking that since it's been brought to their attention that there will be a correction," Newton said.
The Secretary of State's office doesn't believe there's any sort of widespread problem. That's because, of the more than two million early votes cast, there are only isolated cases.
Officials remind voters to double check the final summary screen.
If you have any complaints or reports of suspicious activity you're urged to called the state's hotline at 877-725-9797.
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