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Sec of State: 200 cases of voter fraud in Georgia but nothing widespread – Florence, South Carolina

Florence, South Carolina 2021-06-10 05:40:30 –

Atlanta, Georgia (WJBF) – As a Democrat Rally in Washington Georgia’s Secretary of State states that the entire controversy over voter oppression is inaccurate and false, and Georgia sets an example for passing the election bill.

Under the gold dome, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Lafenceparger states that Georgia’s new voting law is fair and secure and eliminates controversial signature matches.

“It moves away from signature matching to a driver’s license, which is a verifiable and secure way to identify voters.” “That’s what you want, with secure accessibility. Yes, that’s what we did with SB202. “

Raffensperger states that the law, called the “Election Integrity Law,” is similar to other laws in other states.

Secretary of State Brad Rafence said: We have moved to objective measures that are driver’s licenses. This is the same process used in Minnesota, which is run by the Democratic Party. “

Democrats say it’s modern Jim Crow law that hurt minority voters and prevent them from getting food and water while waiting to throw ballots.

“I don’t think it would deprive anyone of their rights. Of course, we are expanding early voting and can even vote on election day. Mandatory dropboxes in 159 counties. Last year, counties offered options for pandemics, and 38 counties didn’t have options, but now they have dropboxes based on population. “

He says, as a result of numerous audits, there were 200 cases of fraudsters who voted outside the state, some died who cast ballots, and some voted twice. But he says those fraud cases are not widespread.

The new Georgia law will face the first Lithomas exam in the fall local elections in November.

Meanwhile, former governor candidate Stacey Abrams has launched a “hot call summer” campaign to bring together a young minority voter to pass “act for the people.”


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