Certification of Cobb election delayed 2 days to June 19

absentee ballot drop boxBallot drop at the South Cobb Government Center (photo by Larry Felton Johnson)

Cobb County Communications Director Ross Cavitt reports that the regular meeting of the Cobb Board of Elections and Registration originally scheduled for Wednesday, June 17 to certify the results for the June 9 election will be delayed for 2 days, until Friday June 19.

The meeting will be virtual, and a link will be available at CobbElections.org.

The delay is due to “an unprecedented amount of absentee ballots,” which are still being processed.

This afternoon it was announced that the county had 61,500 ballots remaining to scan and add to the results.


The county has opened additional locations to process the backlog of mail-in ballots.


1 Comment on "Certification of Cobb election delayed 2 days to June 19"

  1. First hand experience from elderly victims of heinous crime who Jason Marbutt FURTHER ABUSED:
    To be elementary, Marbutt isn’t fit to be a dogcatcher. He’s simple-minded, has multiple complexes, is flawed beyond repair and looks after ONLY his best interest and those ‘of his own’ …
    Well founded and documented.
    It will be a horrific tragedy IF Jason Marbutt, the self proclaimed ‘doer of all things right’ (which a blatant lie) is provided frightening undue power via the sanctity of a judge’s bench.
    Praying for ANYONE other than this fraud of an ‘official’ and person to be elected!!!
    Regardless Marbutt WILL see pure justice via proper channels.
    Marbutt, you and your equally abusive ‘collaborators’ are NOT beyond reach of proper justice whether in a ‘protected’ position or not. There ARE those in positions of greater authority who WILL hold you, Marbutt, and those others involved in your dirty machinations fully and strongly accountable!

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