GENEVA, Ala. (WDHN) — In late 2021, the upcoming Alabama primary was put in jeopardy in one Wiregrass county.

In November 2021 this was the scene outside the Geneva County Courthouse.

The county’s voting machines and supplies were destroyed in a warehouse fire.

Probate Judge Toby Seay credits the county’s insurance company for shelling out more than $100,000 to replace the equipment.

Judge Seay says each of the 23 precincts will be ready to go by next Tuesday.

During next Tuesday’s primary, the polls will be open from seven till seven. Geneva County has approximately $13,000 voters.