Election Integrity Update - 2/3/2024

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The case is closed! On this Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Garland, Tamara, and I provided an update on the fourth week of the Curling v. Raffensperger case.  Then Tania was joined by Victoria Cruz with a report of the election integrity legislation activity this week (click here for slides). Use the link below to view the February 3rd Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share with friends and family. 

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Election Integrity Update - 01/27/2024

Judge Totenberg

On last Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Garland, and I were joined by Amber Connor with an update on the third week of the Curling v. Raffensperger trial.  Tania Sosa reviewed the current election bills and resolutions active this session of the Georgia Assembly (click here for her slides), and Victoria Cruz reported on the Senate Ethics committee hearings of SB 358 (authorizing the State Election Board to investigate Secretary of State) and SB 355 (prohibiting Rank Choice Voting). Use the link below to view the January 27th Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share it with friends and family.

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Election Integrity Update - 01/20/2024

John Eastman and the FavoritosOn this Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Tamara, Garland, and I provided an update on the second week of the Curling v. Raffensperger trialClick here to see updates on the trial from VoterGA. 

We were also joined by special guest Dr. John Eastman with a preview of his presentation on “1984 Comes to 2024 - Orwellian Dystopia in our Government” held later that day. Click here to watch the recording of John’s full presentation.  Please visit his Give Send Go page today to support his efforts which in part advance election integrity here in Georgia.  

Last week we had Pastor Matt Trewhella, author of The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates (video), speak about the God-given right that a lower ranking civil authority has to refuse the execution of unjust or immoral laws, policies, or court opinions of a higher-ranking civil authority, that is the right to defy tyrants.  He graciously agreed to give away a copy of his books “The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates” and “The Magdeburg Confession of 1550” to one of our supporters on the call, we picked one from random and the winner is Earl Martin from Ware County! 

Use the link below to view the January 20th Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share it with friends and family.  

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