Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan, Senator John F. Kennedy, Chairman of the Senate Redistricting and Reapportionment Committee, and members of the Senate Majority Caucus released a proposed draft of Georgia’s Senate Districts.
New Gwinnett County Commissioner Carden commends Sheriff Taylor’s decision to end participation in 287(g) Program, disband Jail Response Team
On January 1, 2021 after newly sworn-in Gwinnett County Sheriff Keybo Taylor announced his office is opting out of the anti-immigrant 287(g) program as well as disbanding the Rapid Response Team in Gwinnett’s jail, Gwinnett County Commissioner Kirkland Carden commended the move.
Fact Check: Georgia Senate Masquerades Failed Treasure Hunter as Hacker and Election Security Expert
During a recent Georgia State Senate hearing at the end of December, failed treasure hunter, J. Hutton Pulitzer, or Commander Pulitzer (no record of military experience), claimed that he had “hacked” Georgia’s voting system. The treasure hunter provided no evidence during the Senate hearing that he had done so, only claiming it had happened.
No fraudulent absentee ballots were identified during signature audit in Cobb
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has taken action to crack down on political organizations and advocacy groups that use “line warming” as a loophole to conduct political activity in violation of state law.
(ATLANTA) – A federal judge Wednesday added to the long string of recent courtroom victories for Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger by ruling against four groups trying to reinstate the voter registrations of thousands who no longer live in Georgia in time for the Jan. 5 runoff.
Secretary Raffensperger and Spalding Delegation Call for Resignation of Spalding County Elections Director
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and the Spalding County legislative delegation – Sen. Marty Harbin, Rep. David Knight, and Rep. Karen Mathiak – are calling for the resignation or termination of Spalding County Elections Supervisor Marcia Ridley following serious management issues and poor decision-making during the November 3 general election.
Georgia experiences 350% increase of Absentee Ballots Rejected for Signature Issues in 2020 election
The number of absentee ballot rejections for signature issues increased approximately 350% in the November 2020 election in Georgia from the 2018 election, about the same rate of increase as the total number of absentee ballots accepted.