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Raffensperger Sends Out Second Round of Notices to ‘Non-Contact’ Georgia Voters

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by Dave Williams | Aug 5, 2021 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – The Georgia Secretary of State’s office is sending notices this week to 185,666 Georgians who haven’t had any contact with the state’s elections system for at least five years.

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger described...

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  1. This is not news, it is normal operating procedure that has been done for decades. Don’t try to make a big deal out of something the Liberals can bash as being against fair voting when it is really just doing what is right for all citizens.

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