Election Integrity Update - 7/31/2021

Garland Interview on Real America's VoiceOn the July 31st Election Integrity Update Garland Favorito spoke to over 120 attendees with an updates on the Fulton County ballot inspection case and David Cross stepped through how he and fellow volunteers analyzed Fulton County ballot batches to find serious problems.  They responded to questions from the attendees, and a number of volunteers stepped forward to help David and team review other counties.  Use the link below to view the July 24th Election Integrity Update if you missed it or you would like to share with friends and family.

Meeting Recording Link: CP-GA Election Integrity Update 7/31/2021
Access Passcode: eK30F&2F

If you want to help the election integrity work of VoterGA as Garland and the team for their in-depth inspection of Fulton County ballot, please consider a tax-deductible donation to VoterGA as they work to advance transparency in Georgia's elections.

Given the success of the Woodstock Independence Parade and Festival, Rosemarie Parrish is helping election integrity supporters coordinate additional efforts to bring election integrity news to communities across Georgia through participation in local festivals and parades this summer and fall.  If you're interested in helping as a volunteer or providing resources then please contact Rosemarie at [email protected]

On the August 7th Election Integrity Update at 9:00 a.m. ET, Garland Favorito and other election integrity activists will be available to answer your questions as Garland updates us on the Fulton County Ballot Inspection case and more.  Just text EIU08072021 to (404) 994-3586 quickly register.  You can also RSVP with one click once you log into the website. Click here to log in or activate your account, then RSVP via the website.

You should get a RSVP confirmation with the Zoom Conferencing info, a calendar link or file, and helpful tips.  If you provide your email address but don't get a confirmation email within a few minutes of registering, check your email provider's Spam or Junk folders.  If the email message isn't there then check the Zoom Meetings Help page for assistance.

Please copy the links above and share with those you know who are concerned and want news on elections integrity.

With a vision of victory,

 

Ricardo Davis
State Chairman
Constitution Party of Georgia
(404) 620-2440

P.S.  The Attorney General Chris Carr “Vote of No Confidence Petition is one way to hold the powerful accountable for opposing election transparency.  We are 92% of the way to our goal, keep sharing and promoting it so we can reach 2000 signatures and hand-deliver a strong message.

P.P.S.  If you are able, please chip in $10 or more today so the CP-GA can cover the cost of the meetings and election integrity campaigns to keep up the fight for election integrity here in Georgia.  Checking the "Monthly" option is an extra boost.


Sign the Petition - AG Chris Carr Vote of "No Confidence"

AG Chris Carr Vote of No ConfidenceOn April 2nd Attorney General (AG) Chris Carr submitted an amicus brief on behalf of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger claiming Georgians have no right to inspect cast ballots for potential election fraud!

Carr’s brief falsely argues that claims of those seeking to inspect ballots are “baseless” despite sworn affidavits from senior poll managers who contend they handled counterfeit ballots while serving as auditors during the Fulton County hand count audit.

In addition the brief falsely argues there was no unlawful activity at the State Farm Arena the night of November 3rd despite recorded video evidence showing multiple violations of Georgia election law!

In his brief Carr’s brief attempts to wrongfully intimidate those who seek to inspect ballots by implying they would be committing a felony while inspecting ballots under a court order, and falsely attempts to criminalize inspection of ballots by citizens under a court order by misinterpreting Georgia law that applies only during an election.

Why does Carr disregard the Equal Protection and Due Process rights of Georgians in favor of vote counting secrecy?  His actions directly conflicts with the fundamental principles of election integrity including verifiability, auditability, recount capability and transparency!

Carr is running for re-election in 2022, sign the “Vote of No Confidence” petition and send him message today!

Click here:  https://www.gaconstitutionparty.org/chris_carr_vote_of_no_confidence


Garland Favorito on Newsmax / Greg Kelly Reports March 17

CP-GA Elections Director Garland Favorito was on Newsmax with Greg Kelly March 17, 2021 updating the nation on the Fulton County ballot inspection lawsuit! View it here:

Garland Favorito on Greg Kelly Reports - March 17, 2021

 
Garland will provide updates and answer your questions live at the next Election Integrity Update this Saturday, March 20 at 9 a.m. RSVP today at https://www.gaconstitutionparty.org/election_integrity_update_20210320

Legislative Update - 3/8/2021

Garland Favorito-PressConferenceSince HB 531 has passed the House it will be handled next by the Senate Ethics Committee.  This bill is favored to pass and currently has no elections transparency provisions, which are needed to prevent the alleged election fraud that occurred in the November 2020 general election.  The Senate Ethics Committee members need to hear from you now!  Let the senators know you support the amendments recommended by VOTER-GA that address the following election integrity issues:

  • Ballots and ballot images are publicly available (per 2019 VOTER-GA SAFE Voting Commission recommendations
  • Election management system images are publicly available by allowing any ten electors to request an image from a county elections director for independent forensic exams

In addition Section 26 of the bill must be removed as it prohibits the Secretary of State from extending certification deadlines to allow for a hand count audit must be removed.  This type of audit is critical to ensure the accuracy of the Dominion voting system and would justify an extension if needed. (O.G.G.A. 21-2-493)

We can't let legislators ignore our concerns. Please click to call, email, and video message the members of the Senate Ethics Committee now!


Legislative Update on SB 241 - 2/28/2021

Garland Favorito SpeakingThe Senate Ethics Committee chairman has sent an update - the meeting to discuss the omnibus election bill SB 241 has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. Monday, March 1st in Room 307 of the Coverdell Office Building across from the Capitol. We need you to contact and/or show up at the meeting in support of elections integrity!  Let the senators know you support the amendments recommended by VOTER-GA that address the following election integrity issues:

  • Ballots and ballot images are publicly available (per 2019 VOTER-GA SAFE Voting Commission recommendations)
    - The Secretary of State's legal counsel falsely claimed the Attorney General issued an opinion that ballot images should not be public
  • Election management system images are publicly available by allowing any ten electors to request an image from a county elections director for independent forensic exams

The bill currently has no transparency provisions, which are needed to prevent the alleged election fraud that occurred in the November 2020 general election.  

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