Usually, when Americans think of election fraud and voting irregularity issues, the big cities come to mind. Places like Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, etc., where graft is a way of life at City Hall.
After her loss to Governor Brian Kemp in 2018, Stacey Abrams, a woman who has not conceded that race, set out to register voters with an organization called New Georgia Project. One of the people helping Abrams in the quest to register more voters is now a U.S. Senator from that state, Raphael Warnock.
On Thursday, the Georgia State Election Board voted to open an investigation on Warnock and his involvement as it seems that voter registrations were not returned for processing in a timely fashion.
Officials say the New Georgia Project submitted 1,268 applications to the Gwinnett County elections office after the ten-day deadline in 2019.
The board will refer the investigation to Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, a Republican. The only Democrat on the board, as well as Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, abstained from the vote.
This particular complaint and whatever investigation that will be done is just one chunk of election shenanigans that goes on in just about all states across the nation. Registration irregularities like this surface every time there is an election, but unlike past years, in 2020, they are getting a second look. Whether or not the investigation produces results or charges are brought against the miscreants is another matter. So far, most of these cases have been thrown out of court.
The real question of election integrity does remain, and in a year where photo identification is not required in many states, and where the machines used for voting after the vote-o-matic system fell out of favor following the 2000 election fiasco were demonstrated to change votes, it’s time the entire nation re-assess how elections are conducted.
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