On the Saturday, August 27, 2022 Election Integrity Update activists discuss county updates from Franklin, Cherokee, Bibb, and Paulding. Jason Boyce announced an upcoming meeting with the Franklin County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, August 30 where he will call for a vote to change to paper ballots. Contact Jason if you'd like to join him at the Franklin County meeting.
Ricardo Davis updated us on the Cherokee Board of Commissioners’ resolution calling the Georgia General Assembly, Secretary of State and State Election Board to remove QR codes from ballots. Ricardo pointed out that a county board always has the right to choose hand marked ballots in any election if the use of the voting system is impossible or impracticable (O.C.G.A. § 21-2-281). Given the security issues raised as well as the undisputed fact that Dominion’s use of QR codes to store votes violates state law, the county board should not have passed the buck, and Ricardo urged Cherokee citizens to continue to insist the board do its duty regarding their voting systems.
Amanda Prettyman reported on the results of the Bibb County hand count, which appeared to have missing ballots. She reminded us that even though the difference in the totals in two of the three precincts was small, it only takes small errors in precinct totals to make a result-changing difference in statewide and countywide races.
We heard from two Cobb County activists. Salleigh Grubbs reported that Cobb passed Sunday voting day despite recommendations against it from the Director of the Board of Elections. Sue Sanford introduced a petition from Cobb to eliminate Dominion ballot marking devices in favor of paper ballots.
Tim Suddreth reported finding people who were issued two voter registration numbers. Each number showed up as voted in different ways, but the voters claimed in an interview that they only voted once and were unaware of a second registration number. Suddreth announced a “digital poll watching” initiative to monitor the requests for absentee ballots to ensure they comply with the law. Email Tim to volunteer for digital poll watching in these counties or for voter roll cleanup (statewide).
Garland Favorito gave his Moment of Truth Summit report, explained Dominion election system processes and Cast Vote Records, and highlighted presentations from the Summit. He showed a video of Secretary of State Raffensberger disclosing that President Trump won the 2020 election with a margin whose outcome could not change given the number of votes remaining. He revealed two VoterGA Moment of Truth Summit initiatives – to secure the Cast Vote Records (CVRs) for the 2020 election and to request that county sheriffs secure the 2020 ballots. For chain of custody reasons, VoterGA will be requesting these records, but if you have already requested or received CVRs from your county, please click here to email Karen Mann.
We are gearing up for the 2022 general election. You can help place poll watchers in your county by volunteering as an Elections Coordinator. Email Tania or call (912) 509-0945 if you’d like to sign up. Poll watcher training has begun; click here to register for the updated training by Georgia Election Coalition partner Tea Party Patriots.
If advancing election integrity in your community is important to you, sign up for an upcoming Political Leadership School: September 10th in Savannah and October 8th in Marietta. We are partnering with others in the Georgia Election Integrity Coalition to bring this training to as many communities across Georgia as possible. If you’d like to help host a training, please email Tania or call (912) 509-0945.
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On the September 3rd 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 EIU09032022 to (404) 994-3586 to 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.
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P.S. Now that VoterGA and Rep. Philip Singleton have sued the State of Georgia to stop using the illegal ballot marking device (BMD) voting systems from Dominion, we need to urge our representatives and senators to replace them! Use this link to sign. Share with fellow concerned Georgians: https://www.gaconstitutionparty.org/dump_illegal_dominion_bmds. In addition, you can personally support the case in court by signing the Support and Demand for Court Protection of Citizens’ Elective Franchise petition. Use this link to invite your concerned friends and family: http://www.OperationPatriotVote.com. Thanks for your help in these efforts!
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 campaigns to keep up the fight for election integrity here in Georgia. Checking the "Monthly" option is an extra boost.