certifying the results, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp also brought up concerns about signatures. But Raffensperger has reiterated confidence in the results, and in a Saturday opinion piece in the Washington Post he said: “Georgia’s voting system has never been more secure or trustworthy.”And in fact, the signatures on absentee ballot applications and envelopes are required to be checked when they are received.Georgia law allows a candidate to request a recount if the margin is less than 0.5%.
The recount would be done using scanners that read and tabulate the votes. County election workers have already done a complete hand recount of all the votes cast in the presidential race.