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Georgia State Code
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Title 21, Chapter 2, Section 472 (21-2-472)

Upon completion of the count of write-in votes, the manager shall prepare and sign a return, in sufficient counterparts, showing:

(1) The number of valid ballot cards, including any that are damaged;

(2) The number of write-in ballots voted and the tally of the write-in votes;

(3) The number of spoiled and invalid ballot cards; and

(4) The number of unused ballot cards.

The manager shall then place one copy of the return, the voted ballot cards, defective, spoiled, and invalid ballot cards, and write-in ballots, each enclosed in an envelope, in the ballot card container, which shall be sealed and signed by the manager so that it cannot be opened without breaking the seal. The voter's certificates, rejected voter's certificates, and oaths of assisted voters shall be sealed in a separate envelope addressed to the board of registrars and bearing a list of its contents on the outside. This envelope shall be immediately delivered by the managers into the custody of the superintendent. The managers shall then deliver in the custody of at least two poll officers the container to the tabulating machine center or other place designated by the superintendent and shall receive a receipt therefor. The remaining copies of the returns, unused ballot cards, records, vote recorders, and other materials shall be returned in the same manner as similar materials in precincts in which voting machines and paper ballots are used.

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