ATLANTA -- Fulton County's Elections department came under more criticism Wednesday for numerous voting problems during early voting and Tuesday's general election.
"Horrible," is how Elizabeth Poythress described it.
As President of the GA League of Women Voters, she told 11Alive News that Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp described it best by calling it "a debacle".
Kemp said Fulton was the only one of 159 Georgia counties that generated numerous voter complaints to his office.
Those complaints were about long lines, broken or not enough machinery, too few or poorly trained poll workers and thousands of voters who were registered, but who were still given provisional ballots when poll workers couldn't find them on their records.
Even most critics are sympathetic to Interim Fulton County Elections Director Sharon Mitchell who took over the office just 6 weeks ago.