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Georgia State Code
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Title 21, Chapter 2, Section 454 (21-2-454)

(a) As soon as the polls are closed and the last elector has voted, the poll officers shall immediately lock and seal the operating lever or mechanism of the machine so that the voting and counting mechanism will be prevented from operation, and they shall then sign a certificate stating:

(1) That the machine has been locked against voting and sealed;

(2) The number, as shown on the public counter;

(3) The number on the seal which they have placed upon the machine;

(4) The number registered on the protective counter or device; and

(5) The number or other designation of the voting machine,

which certificate shall be returned by the chief manager to the superintendent with the other certificates, as provided in this part.

(b) The poll officers shall then compare the number, as shown by the public counter of the machine, with the number of names appearing on the numbered list of voters, the electors list, and voter's certificates, which shall then be placed in separate packages, containers, or envelopes and sealed.

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