The Senate Ethics Committee chairman has sent an update - the meeting to discuss the omnibus election bill SB 241 has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. Monday, March 1st in Room 307 of the Coverdell Office Building across from the Capitol. We need you to contact and/or show up at the meeting in support of elections integrity! Let the senators know you support the amendments recommended by VOTER-GA that address the following election integrity issues:
- Ballots and ballot images are publicly available (per 2019 VOTER-GA SAFE Voting Commission recommendations)
- The Secretary of State's legal counsel falsely claimed the Attorney General issued an opinion that ballot images should not be public
- Election management system images are publicly available by allowing any ten electors to request an image from a county elections director for independent forensic exams
The bill currently has no transparency provisions, which are needed to prevent the alleged election fraud that occurred in the November 2020 general election.
We can't let them ignore our concerns any longer. Please call and email these members of the Senate Ethics Committee Monday morning!
If you're available to tell the senators in person then I'll see you there. I recorded comments to the committee as an example; if you speak then introduce yourself, provide some background as to your interest in election integrity, then address the need for the amendment recommendations.
If you cannot attend then please pray for God's help during testimony and that He would give us favor with the members of the Senate Ethics Committee.
Elections Director, Constitution Party of Georgia
Co-Founder, Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results in Georgia
P.S. We are over two-thirds of the way to raise the funds to turbocharge our efforts to expose election fraud. Please chip in today so that we can keep up the fight for election integrity in Georgia!