ATLANTA — After widespread problems at the polls in parts of metro Atlanta, some precincts are remaining open beyond the 7 p.m. statewide closing time set by law.
When polls do close, check 11Alive.com/elections as results come in from around the state. We'll continue tracking developments and, later this evening, bring you breaking results as they come in.
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Below is a list organized by county of which precincts are staying open longer.
Cobb County will be keeping 19 precincts open until 8 p.m. after voting issues earlier today. They are:
- Addison 01
- Austell 1A
- Bells Ferry 04
- Clarkdale 01
- Cooper 01
- Eastside 02
- Elizabeth 01
- Elizabeth 03
- Mableton 01
- Oregon 04
- Oregon 05
- Palmer 01
- Powder Springs 1A
- Powder Springs 2A
- Powder Springs 3A
- Riverside 01
- Sewell Mill 03
- Sope Creek 02
- Sweetwater 02
Citing technical and logistical errors, several DeKalb County precincts are extending hours.
The following precincts will now be open until 9:30 p.m.:
- Narvie J. Harris Elementary, 3981 McGill Drive, Decatur
- Clarkston Community Center, 3701 College Ave., Clarkston
- Medlock Elementary School, 2418 Wood Trail Lane, Decatur
- Stephenson High School, 701 Stephenson Road, Stone Mountain
- Stephenson Middle School, 922 Stephenson Road, Stone Mountainp.m.
- Kittredge Magnet School, 1663 East Nancy Creek Drive NE, Atlanta
This precinct will remain open until 10:10 p.m.:
- Ray of Hope Christian Church, 2778 Snapfinger Road, Decatur
A handful of precincts in Douglas County will stay open late. The polling location at Lithia Springs High School (Precinct No. 1275) will stay open until 8:45 p.m., the polling location at The Church at Chapel Hill (Precinct No. 736 South) will stay open until 7:20 p.m. and the polling location at Saint Julian’s Episcopal Church (Precinct No. 738) will stay open until 7:05 p.m. per order signed by Chief Judge David Emerson.
All Fulton County polling locations will be open until 9 p.m., county officials confirmed with 11Alive. The Superior Court of Fulton County issued the order. Any voter in line by 9 p.m. will be allowed to vote.
Beginning at 7 p.m., ballots will no longer be scanned but will be placed in provisional ballot envelopes, they said.
Gwinnett County officials will keep two precincts open past 7 p.m. due to late starts. The Konaheda Elementary polling location will be open until 7:20 p.m. and St. Mary’s of Egypt Orthodox Church will remain open until 7:14 p.m.
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