Elections Chief Ousted in Floyd County, Georgia

Officials sort ballots during an audit at the Floyd County administration building in Rome, Ga. on Friday morning, Nov. 13, 2020. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)

By Jeffrey Rodack

The elections chief for Floyd County Georgia, where about 2,600 ballots had initially gone uncounted, has been fired.

County elections board member Melanie Conrad said her panel dismissed Robert Brady, chief clerk of elections on Thursday, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

“Because this is Mr. Brady’s second written reprimand within a six-month period, the Floyd County Board of Elections voted to terminate Mr. Brady pursuant to county policy,” Conrad said in an email to the newspaper.

The Journal-Constitution said Brady could not immediately be reached for comment. full story

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