Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp ironically ran into some issues while trying to vote for himself Tuesday.
When Kemp, the Republican Party's nominee for governor, attempted to cast his ballot, he was told that his voter card was invalid, and so he had to go get another one, WSB-TV reports. This all took place as he was being followed by TV cameras.
Voters in Georgia are given "access cards," which they have to place into a machine before they can vote, per Vox. But some machines across the state have been suffering from technical issues today, resulting in long lines and one precinct's voting hours being extended.
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Throughout the election, Kemp has faced allegations of voter suppression from his Democratic opponent, Stacey Abrams.
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