County won’t say if personal information was stolen but that elections computers are up and Trump case is unaffected
As a Fulton county, Georgia, board of registration and elections meeting began in earnest Thursday afternoon, the elections director, Nadine Williams, unfurled a prepared statement about a recent hack of county government computers.
“There is no indication that this event is related to the election process,” Williams said. “In an abundance of caution, Fulton county and the secretary of state’s respective technology systems were isolated from one another as part of the response efforts. We are working with our team to securely reconnect these systems as preparations for upcoming elections continue.”