Bipartisan panel will review documented voting problems, which were highlighted in series of Just the News stories.
By John Solomon Updated: August 18, 2021 – 11:28am
Georgia’s Election Board moved Wednesday toward an eventual takeover of elections in the state’s most populous county, reacting to mounting evidence of incompetance and irregularities in the Atlanta area last November.
The board’s unanimous vote was made possible by provisions in the state’s sweeping new voting law passed earlier this year.
The vote authorizes a bipartisan, three-person panel to investigate Fulton County, home to Atlanta and a deeply blue base of voters.
Republicans, including Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, had urged the board to take the action. If the investigative panels confirms irregularities, the elections board could replace the county’s board of registration and elections with it own administrator.
The action came after Just the News used open records requests to document widespread irregulariities in Fulton County, including a 29-page memo documenting double scanning of ballots, insecure transportation of ballots and possible violations of voter privacy. (Click to Source)
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