Check-in computers unable to accommodate record turnouts were mainly to blame for slow-moving lines at early voting locations this week in Georgia.
The problem occurred on the eNet computer system, which maintains registration and absentee ballot records for Georgia's 7.4-million registered voters.
The system could not efficiently process a massive number of requests at once, causing delays.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Wednesday said he was working with state election software company Civix to expedite check-ins and voter processing.
Raffensperfer later announced that the company had boosted bandwidth, with counties reporting immediate improvements.
From Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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