Georgia manual recount won't replace official election results

ATLANTA — Georgia election officials said Tuesday they no longer intend to make the results of the state’s manual recount the official tally in the presidential race.The decision leaves little chance for election results to change much after the recount concludes Wednesday. Joe Biden led President Donald Trump by 14,000 votes, according to unofficial results.The change came after lawyers for the secretary of state’s office reviewed Georgia law and concluded that the new hand count shouldn’t replace the original machine count of scanned ballots, said Gabriel Sterling, the state’s voting system …

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