On this Saturday’s Election Integrity Update, Tamara Favorito presented details from the 392 page GBI report regarding the image server copy made by Coffee County elections personnel. The report fails to mention the machine failures that occurred, the requirement to preserve evidence for an active, legal, Presidential election challenge, and the results of a forensic exam that was conducted on the voting system.
Catherine Bernard, one of the attorneys representing Department of Justice official Jeff Clark in the Fulton County RICO case updated us on the motion before Fulton County Superior Judge Scott McAfee heard on Friday (click for the recording) to determine the federal jurisdiction over presidential electors and First Amendment issues in the case.
Sam Carnline and Field Searcy from Georgians for Truth joined us to recap the Save Our Elections Rally and press conference held at the State Capitol on November 29th, the opening day of the special legislative session on redistricting. Honey Burfield, Michael Opitz, Janelle Clodfelter and Stan Oliver joined us to pay tribute to Valerie Oliver, a VoterGA supporter who passed away on November 21st.
We normally are able to provide the recording of the meeting but cannot at this time.Read more
On last Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Garland Favorito and I provided details about an exciting update on the Curling v. Raffensperger case! Marci McCarthy and Tania Sosa reviewed some of the discrepancies observed in the November 7th elections, and Matt Rowenczak updated us on the experience of the City of Milton using hand marked and hand counted ballots.
Use the link below to view the November 18 Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share it with friends and family.Read more
On last Saturday’s Constitution Party of Georgia Statewide Tele-Town Hall, former West Virginia State Delegate and current Constitution Party of West Virginia gubernatorial candidate Marshall Wilson spoke to us about the source of human liberties and why we need to defend those liberties.
Garland Favorito gave us an update on the 2020 lawsuit for the Fulton County counterfeit ballot case. After two attorneys for Fulton County withdrew from the case on Thursday, some speculated that the ballots were destroyed. Garland explained other possible reasons for their withdrawal and relayed a communication from the county indicating that they still have the ballots.
Salleigh Grubbs briefed us on the duplicate/triplicate votes found in the municipal election results within Cobb County. In her explanation of the records analyzed to identify duplicate voters, she mistakenly mentioned analyzing Cast Vote Records. Tania explained on the call that Cast Vote Records do not include any voter data and are not useful for detecting duplicate voters. The records used for this analysis are Voter History Files of the November 7 municipal election downloaded from the Secretary of State website (click here).
The CP-GA is part of the Georgians Ending Abortion (GEA) Coalition because we see that the unalienable right to life is one of those liberties under attack. Brook Robyck with Georgia Right to Life updated us on the efforts of the Coalition and how you can get involved by reaching out to legislators before the session starts in January.
Use the link below to view the November 11 Statewide Tele-Town Hall if you missed it or want to share it with friends and family. The recording will be available for 14 days after the call.
On Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Garland Favorito presented evidence of judicial interference in elections since 2020, a portion of the powerful VoterGA press conference held on October 24th. Tamara Favorito then joined him with a recap of the last Senate Ethics Committee hearing and Senator Colton Moore’s amazing auction to help the Fani Wilis indictees.
Bill Quinn informed us on the status of the Fair Fight vs. True the Vote trial. True the Vote (TTV) had identified over 364,000 suspected ineligible Georgia voter records, and the goal of Fair Fight’s lawsuit is to stop TTV from empowering citizens across the nation to help maintain accurate voter registration records and intimidate anyone else from attempting to do so.
Larry Hand, Cherokee County Board of Elections member, joined us to discuss the upcoming municipal elections in Canton. There are plans to audit the elections by hand counting the ballots prior to certification of the election results, and the public can observe.
Use the link below to view the November 4 Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share it with friends and family.Read more
On last Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Garland Favorito discussed the recent Senate Ethics Committee meeting on November 1st at the State Capitol and how to advocate for unplugging the Dominion voting system in the afternoon session. Garland then presented much of the press conference material about judicial interference in the 2024 election nationally, including Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ state RICO case against Donald Trump and 18 other indictees.Read more
If you are planning to attend the Senate Ethics Committee Meeting on Wednesday, November 1st then note that the meeting time has been changed.
New time: 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
There will be no morning session of the committee's meeting.
Click here to see the revised agenda. There will be no discussion of the proposed bill to allow for hand marked paper ballots during this meeting. However, the committee hearing will have time for public comments!
We need election integrity supporters like you present to support the effort to "unplug" the current electronic voting system and moving to hand marked publicly recorded hand counted paper ballots. Wear your election integrity-themed shirts and caps!
The committee hearing will have time for public comments and the senators need to hear from you! VoterGA has created some example scripts (in Microsoft Word and PDF formats), whether you modify these or create your own make sure you can say your comments within your allotted 2-minute time period. Please be respectful yet firm and resolute in calling them to restore integrity to the 2024 elections.
On last Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Tamara Favorito reported on a new bill that will provide in-person voters with a hand-marked paper ballot option. The bill, sponsored by Georgia State Senator Max Burns, will be heard in a special fall Ethics committee meeting on Wednesday, November 1. We need to pack the room with election integrity and transparency supporters! Wear your election integrity t-shirts, bring posters with election integrity messages, and provide public comments.
Garland Favorito then announced the upcoming VoterGA press conference on judicial misconduct to be held Tuesday, October 24th where he will provide an overview of how judicial corruption is interfering with the 2024 election cycle, as well as an update on VoterGA litigation efforts.
David Hancock spoke about problems with implementing the Georgia Registered Voter Information System (GARViS), bugs found in the system, and costs (part 1 & part 2). However, he found and shared with us the version of GARViS that works! 😄Read more
In support of true liberty, the Constitution Party of Georgia is committed to achieving full legal personhood for every man, woman, and child in Georgia. To that end the Party has joined over two dozen organizations and leaders to create the Georgians Ending Abortion Coalition to protect preborn children. We shared the Coalition’s presentation to Educate, Expand, and Energize supporters, and Abigail Darnell from the Coalition joined us for a lively discussion and to let us know how we can take action.
The motto of the Constitution Party is “Integrity, Liberty, and Prosperity.” We continued the focus on the integrity of elections with a legal update from Garland Favorito of VoterGA on the Complaint to Ban the Voter Registration Cloud Computing Scheme and the 2020 Fulton County Counterfeit Ballot Inspection Case. Special guest Marly Hornik from Audit NY and United Sovereign Americans discussed the electronic manipulation of voter roll entries and the efforts to correct voter roll records.
Use the link below to view the October 14 Statewide Tele-Town Hall if you missed it or want to share it with friends and family. The recording will be available for 14 days after the call.Read more
On last Saturday’s Election Integrity Update Garland Favorito updated us on VoterGA’s Fulton County counterfeit ballot case and a small court victory upholding our subpoena of Konnech servers. He also discussed the USDOJ Indictment of Andre Batista in a bribery scheme that implicates Smartmatic and reminded us of the historic connection of the voting systems.
Christine Propst presented highlights of the October 3rd State Election Board meeting (Part 1) (Part 2). We were also joined by CEO of EagleAI Dr. Rick Richards who demonstrated how EagleAI software can be used by elections staff and citizens to keep our voter rolls clear of ineligible voters.
Use the link below to view the October 7 Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share with friends and family.Read more
On this week’s Election Integrity Update State Senator Colton Moore provided details behind his call for an emergency special session to investigate Fani Willis, explained how Willis’ actions impact election integrity efforts in Georgia, and discussed his subsequent ejection from the Senate Republican Caucus. Click here to support Senator Moore’s emergency efforts and click here to donate. Garland Favorito also discussed a Georgia Bar Association complaint against Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. Email Tania with your name and phone number to join the complaint. Use the link below to view the September 30 Election Integrity Update if you missed it or want to share with friends and family.Read more