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Georgia secretary of state’s office completes first citizenship audit of voter rolls



by Dave Williams | Mar 28, 2022 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – The first citizenship audit of voter rolls in Georgia history has turned up 1,634 people who tried to register to vote but could not be verified as U.S. citizens.

The noncitizens identified in the a...

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  1. You should realize and accept that he followed the law for and certified the election instead of “finding “ the votes that Trump thought he was entitled to. Exactly why is that “toast”?

  2. This doesn’t address how fraud can be committed by absentee ballots and satellite voting boxes. There should never be any doubt that our voting process is beyond reproach. Our last election made us look like a 3rd world country. Any concerns should be addressed and no non citizen should be allowed to vote in ANY election whether local, state or federal!!

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