Election Integrity Update - 4/24/2021

Here's how you can view today's Election Integrity Update if you missed it or you would like to share with friends and family.

Meeting Recording Link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/qLGTDZeHnL8OzFw5gJYTpjHaIh_8umNVpyjtS0tzhL7dRNYJGqcD4o6z9UNO4Q_3.p6ztULHtX4BDp8FR
Access Passcode: bD%[email protected]

The next Election Integrity Update will be on Saturday, May 1 at 9:00 a.m. with Garland Favorito, Paul Nally, and other leaders in the fight available to answer your questions about the latest news. We'll also report on the today's Political Leadership School where a number of our election integrity compatriots joined me for a great time (see picture).  We appreciate No Left Turn in Education-Georgia for hosting the event.

FACL Political Leadership School-Milton, GA

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Election Integrity Update - 4/17/2021

We are winning the fight to make ballot images public in Georgia.  You can view today's Election Integrity Update if you missed it or you would like to share with friends and family.

Meeting Recording Link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/3Bfv8PPZKBXcLi5gIcIg3n6qms1yVJUujShQiKkOqDQsJgXAogzm7DpET5LPt0jw.9_LWWT9yVorocCdY
Access Passcode:  60wqDVg?

The next Election Integrity Update will be on Saturday, April 24 at 9:00 a.m. with Garland Favorito, Paul Nally, and other leaders in the fight available to answer your questions about the latest news.  RSVP today and spread the word!

Please share this with concerned friends who have questions about the lack of accountability in our elections.


Election Integrity Update - 3/27/2021

We are winning the fight to make ballot images public in Georgia. The General Assembly has passed language to make ballot images public records in the new SB 202 election omnibus bill that was signed by the Governor today. I discussed this new law and answered questions during the Election Integrity Update Saturday, March 27th at 9:00 a.m.

Plaintiffs at HearingAlso this week, we argued effectively for Summary Judgement against the Gwinnett County Elections Board in our case to compel the board to allow viewing of ballot images from a highly controversial non-partisan judge runoff in August 2020. In that runoff, an incumbent judge won the primary in a multi-candidate landslide and then allegedly lost a runoff in a near landslide. Watch the impressive argument presented by Henry Chalmers of Arnold Golden & Gregory here.

I explained our Gwinnett County case, the favorable Fulton County landmark ruling we will likely receive in about two weeks, and the Georgia House’s “elephant on an ant” technique that allows them to pass omnibus legislation without full public scrutiny.

The meeting was recorded, click here to view and use this passcode:  &sM82Yvx

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