During this video conference update hosted by the Constitution Party of Georgia (CP-GA), Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results in Georgia (VoterGA) Executive Director Garland Favorito will provide an update on their legal, legislative, and research efforts. In 2020 VoterGA filed a lawsuit against certain Fulton County officials for constitutional violations and take questions. VoterGA organized group of voters from around the state to file an emergency lawsuit against the Fulton County Elections Director and Election Board members.
The Plaintiffs legal petition was accompanied by a Notice to Inspect all mail-in ballots. The notice seeks to visually inspect all mail-in ballots, rescan them for a forensic exam and to obtain electronic copies of the Dominion ballot images and standard election reports.
In 2021 VoterGA and other organizations and activists working for election integrity lobbied the legislature successfully to make ballot images a matter of public record in SB 202. When the new law became effective in March, VoterGA volunteer teams began collecting and analyzing the original ballot images from the November 2020 election. In July, VoterGA announced the results of our Fulton ballot image analysis: a 60% audit batch error rate, 7 falsified tally sheets with 850 to 0 Biden votes, 4,000 duplicate reported ballots and 200+ duplicate scans. Governor Brian Kemp eventually picked up the evidence and used it in his 36-point report to the State Election Board asking them to investigate the matter. In August VoterGA and Georgia Rep. Philip Singleton sued the State of Georgia to stop using the illegal ballot marking device (BMD) voting systems from Dominion. The lawsuit contends that recommendations provided by VoterGA to the Secure, Accurate, Fair Election Commission (SAFE) warned that any new system must tabulate human readable vote marks that can be verified by the voter. It also asserts that Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger was warned about voting systems using unverifiable QR codes to accumulate votes when he was a runoff candidate in 2018. Raffensperger did not heed the warnings and purchased the new Dominion system for over $100 million in 2019.
Garland will provide details on the status of these and other VoterGA efforts, as well as answer your election integrity questions. Other groups and individuals advancing transparency and accountability in Georgia's elections will be featured as they announce their efforts. The Constitution Party of Georgia supports the efforts of groups like VoterGA in advancing elections integrity efforts in our state. To learn more about these efforts and how you can help with election integrity efforts RSVP today! Once you register you will be emailed the conference call information.
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