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2024 Texas Elections

They counted primary ballots by hand. Now a Texas county Republican party says they found errors.

After declaring a successful hand count of ballots, Gillespie County Republicans had to fix a series of errors in the results reported from almost every precinct.

by Natalia Contreras, Votebeat and The Texas Tribune
Gillespie elections staffer Alan Littman, left, and election worker, Joy Smith, review precinct totals at the county’s election office to aggregate election results before submitting them to the Texas Secretary of State’s office on March 14, 2024.

Printouts of all Gillespie County’s 13 precinct return totals for the Republican March 5 primary election were laid out across four tables at the county’s elections office on Thursday, March 14, 2024.
Gillespie County Republican Precinct Chairs and other election workers gathered for the party’s canvass of the March 5 primary election. During the meeting the precinct judges corrected discrepancies that were found in reconciliation forms from all but one of the county’s 13 precincts.
From left, Gillespie County elections administrator Jim Riley, Gillespie County Republican Party Chair Bruce Campbell, Gillespie elections staffer Alan Littman and election worker Joy Smith work on aggregating election results before submitting them to the Texas Secretary of State’s office on Thursday, March 14, 2024, after the canvass and certification of the Gillespie County Republican primary.

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