On last Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Garland Favorito presented the complete closing statement presented by Attorney David Oles who represented me in the Curling v Raffensperger case (slides).
Tania Sosa and Garland presented an update on all the election related legislation activity this week (slides). This Thursday, February 29th is Crossover Day, any bills need to passed in their originating chamber by this date. Please call and urge your Representative to support the current version of HB 426 and your Senator to support the current version of SB 221. VoterGA has helpful talking points for you to use when discussing with your legislators.
Then Garland explained why Secretary of State Raffensperger’s call for funding for new technology to audit ballots is really a call for a “fake” audit (see VoterGA press release). Use the link below to view the February 24 Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share it with friends and family. The recording will be available for 14 days after the call.
On last Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Garland Favorito, Tania Sosa, and I provided a legislative update on election-related legislation we are tracking. David Cross, lead volunteer at the Election Truth in Georgia website, joined us to report on the activities during the State Election Board meeting held last Tuesday.
In addition, we were joined by Tina Peters who gave us an update on her court case. As the elected Mesa County Clerk in Colorado, she made a backup of her county’s Dominion Voting System server, only to stumble across evidence of manipulation in a recent local city council election as well as the 2020 general election.
We wrapped up with a report from Amber Connor, election integrity activist from Fulton County, on the Disqualification Hearing of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.
Use the link below to view the February 17th Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share with friends and family.
This Saturday’s Tele-town Hall was a prelude to the Constitution Party of Georgia State Convention. Garland Favorito presented an overview of publicly available evidence that my attorney David Oles and I placed on the record during the Curling v. Raffensperger trial. Garland served as my advisor during the four-week trial, attended the trial daily, and shared first-hand knowledge of the evidence. Then Victoria Cruz reported on the election integrity legislation activity this past week (click here for file). We were then joined by U.S. Congressional candidate for Arizona Jeff Zink who spoke about “The Need & Support For The Black Robed Regiment.” That is, why Christian leaders are needed today in each state and county, and why we need to support their efforts.
Use the link below to view the February 10th Statewide Tele-Town Hall if you missed it or want to share with friends and family. The recording will be available for 14 days after the call.