On the January 22nd Election Integrity Update we began with upcoming events of interest such as the Political Leadership School in Canton and the Campaign Management School in Alpharetta. Next, David Hancock presented the VoterGA team’s drop box chain of custody analysis and video surveillance of those drop boxes used in Georgia’s 2020 elections. David reported evidence of improperly completed ballot transfer forms that represent nearly 107,000 suspect ballots. Those wrongly executed forms either violate State Election Board rules or indicate a variety of impossible circumstances such as ballots received before they were collected.
Garland Favorito and Janelle Clodfelter discussed VoterGA's efforts in the Georgia General Assembly working with receptive legislators to advance VoterGA’s Ballot Transparency Initiative. If you're interested in helping as a citizen lobbyist, please contact Janelle at [email protected]. Finally, former Judge Paul Nally fielded questions regarding duties and rights of the Grand Jury and their power of inquiry related to matters of election integrity.
Use the link below to view the January 22nd Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share with friends and family.
Meeting Recording Link: CP-GA Election Integrity Update 1/22/2022
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On the January 29th Election Integrity Update at 9:00 a.m. ET hosted by the CP-GA, Garland Favorito, and other activists will be available to answer your questions about efforts to advance election integrity in Georgia. Just text EIU01222029 to (404) 994-3586 to quickly register. You can also RSVP with one click when you log into the website. Click here to log in or activate your account, then RSVP via the website.