Spalding County, Georgia, south of Atlanta, has resolved issues with their polling machines.
Earlier, the county reported a system-wide issue with polling machines and posted this message on Facebook:
“We are aware of a county wide technical issue with all polls. Provisional ballots are being delivered to every location. Expect to wait in longer lines until the issue is fixed."
The issues have now been resolved.
The county updated their Facebook post to say:
“All polling stations in each precinct are now up and running as they should be.”
Trump won Spalding County with 15,636 votes in 2016, compared to 9,347 votes for Hillary Clinton.
UPDATE: This post has been updated to reflect that the polling machines are back up