Floyd County, Georgia’s board of elections has voted to terminate executive director Robert Brady after 2,600 ballots were discovered that were not initially counted.
Per Fox 5 “the board met for little more than an hour Thursday afternoon in a special meeting, which resutled in Brady’s terminiation. Officials cited at least two reprimands that Brady received in the past six months as the reason for his firing.”
Rome City Commissioner, Wendy Davis said “It really is a matter of human error not of some big fraud or conspiracy and people make mistakes, but unfortunately I think this one falls at the feet of our elections director who I’ve been critical of this entire elections cycle.”
Both Republicans and Democrats agreed on firing Brady.