A Dominion Voting Systems mobile server in Georgia's Fulton County has crashed, delaying the presidential election recount, according to election officials.
Officials said technicians from the company "have been dispatched to resolve the issue" and that the Georgia Secretary of State's office is aware of the problem.
Roughly 88% of the ballots in the county — the state's largest — have already been counted. The recount is set to resume on Monday, as the December 2 deadline approaches.
The Dominion server was newly purchased. It is currently unclear what caused the crash.
🔦 Current results say Joe Biden won Georgia by roughly 13,000 votes.