November 23, local time in the United States, the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office stated that the state’s recount will officially begin at 9 am on the 24th. According to Gabriel Sterling, manager of the voting system of the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office, said at the press conference that all 159 counties in Georgia must start recounting votes again at 9 am on Tuesday (24th).
And complete the counting of votes before midnight on December 2 local time. Earlier, the Trump campaign requested another recount on the 21st. Although the results of the first recount showed that Biden still had more votes in Georgia than Trump, the difference was less than 0.5%. According to the law of the state, the president can request another vote count.
Sterling said that the recount process will be monitored by supervisors throughout the entire process, especially absent ballots (mailed ballots) that have been controversial will be the focus of the audit. Sterling said that according to Georgia law, the audit results this time will be the final certified version of the election results.