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GA fixes problems with voter information web site

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ATLANTA (AP) - Officials in the Georgia Secretary of State's office say problems with a voter information website were resolved within roughly three hours.

Jared Thomas, spokesman for Secretary of State Brian Kemp, said a glitch in the state's voter information website Tuesday morning led some voters to an error message. The website contains information on voters' assigned polling places and more.

Kemp said in an email to CBS 46 that the site was experiencing "intermittent problems" with speed. Thomas said the glitch was first noticed around 7:30 a.m. and was resolved by 10:30 a.m.

Kemp reminded voters that they can also check their registration status or locate polling places by calling the agency's elections division at 404-656-2871 or emailing kemp@sos.ga.gov.

Online: http://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov

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