There were 599 votes cast at Alto Park, but the distribution of the votes has not yet been retrieved.
Update: As of 9:50 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 1, elections officials in Floyd County had still not provided final numbers because of issues with the Alto Park precinct's numbers. They did not indicate when the numbers would be provided.
Previously posted:Floyd was one of the last four counties in the state to start reporting election results Tuesday.
All the precincts had reported in by 9 p.m. or so, but it was nearly 10 p.m. before results started being released by elections officials.
Elections Supervisor Evon Billups said problems with machines at the Alto Park and Lindale precincts prevented the close-out required before the electronic vote totaling could begin.
Billups said the creased and crumpled condition of many paper ballots also created a delay in counting the absentee votes.