Election officials in Georgia’s Fulton County told a local news outlet Sunday that a newly purchased Dominion Voting Systems mobile server crashed that delayed the state's third recount of the presidential election and technicians from the company “have been dispatched to resolve the issue.”
11Alive.com reported that the Georgia Secretary of State’s office is aware of the efforts to “resolve the problem.”
The report indicated that about 88% of the ballots in the state's largest county have been counted and the recount will resume again on Monday. The deadline to complete the recount is Dec. 2.
Joe Biden defeated President Trump by about 13,000 votes in the Peach State, but Trump and his legal team have challenged the results.