Saturday’s Election Integrity Update was broadcasted live from the Middle Georgia Election Integrity Summit (MGEIS) in Macon. Garland Favorito with VoterGA updated us on the Fulton County ballot inspection lawsuit. The oral argument hearing at the Georgia Court of Appeals is set for Wednesday, May 4th at 10:30 a.m., Room 2031 in the Judicial Center at 330 Capitol Avenue S.E., Atlanta. Please join in person or via live stream!
We also discussed the upcoming documentary 2000 Mules which highlights research from True the Vote: evidence of organized ballot trafficking in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Texas. True the Vote alleges there were 242 traffickers in Georgia who made 5,662 trips to ballot drop boxes between midnight and 5:00 a.m., potentially unloading hundreds of thousands of illegally harvested ballots over the course of several weeks. The film will be showing in theatres across Georgia this week, and the VoterGA Election Integrity Outreach team will be handing out information to attendees. If you’re interested in helping, please contact team coordinator Lisa Kaminsky at [email protected].
As controversy continues about Georgia’s unverifiable voting equipment and its results, the safer option for Georgia voters continues to be voting from the convenience of home to reduce the risk of vote manipulation. The Constitution Party of Georgia urges voters to avoid the lines and create evidence of your vote via mail-in ballot.
Here is a list of voting options for Georgia voters by risk:
On Monday VoterGA held their most important press conference yet, presenting evidence that thousands of Fulton County ballot images used to tabulate the votes were electronically manipulated prior to certification of the November 2020 election. On last Saturday’s CP-GA Statewide Tele-Town Hall, Garland Favorito and team presented a condensed version of the presentation. These revelations demand an audit of the 2020 elections and effective changes to Georgia law to protect the 2022 elections!
On last Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Garland Favorito reviewed the material presented in Monday’s press conference where we exposed Secretary Raffensberger’s no-bid scheme to move Georgia’s voter registration data and management to vendor services on the Internet (“cloud-based software services”). In doing so Raffensberger will expose our voter registration data to many security and regulatory risks. Use the link below to view the February 26th Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share with friends and family.
Meeting Recording Link: CP-GA Election Integrity Update 2/26/2022
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Last week Garland Favorito announced VoterGA’s latest election integrity report. It refutes 42 false election claims made by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in his 10-page letter sent to the former U.S. Vice President, several Georgia members of Congress and the Georgia General Assembly on January 6, 2021. On Friday VoterGA volunteers hand delivered the report to the entire Georgia General Assembly. On yesterday’s Constitution Party of Georgia (CP-GA) Statewide Tele-Town Hall Garland, Bob Coovert, and Bryan Geels shared their findings in the report and took questions from attendees.
I introduced the meeting with a brief history of the CP-GA, highlighting the impact of Georgia election law on alternative political parties. I then provided updates on upcoming events: the Cherokee County party meeting February 15th, the Statewide Election Integrity Summit February 18-19, and the Campaign Management School on February 26th. Garland and Janelle Clodfelter updated us on VoterGA’s legislative efforts to handle Georgia’s outstanding issues before the primary elections in May. Click here for more information and to join this effort.