Raffensperger Comes Clean on Organized Vote Fraud in Ga. Elections – Headline USA
Raffensperger believes both of these crimes may have been committed by Georgia-based third party organizations.
In a an interview on the Jon Solomon Reports podcast, Raffensperger said his office did a citizenship audit of Georgia’s voter rolls and found that more than 1,600 noncitizens attempted to register to vote.
“[W]hat I found is we had 1,634 that were never put on the voter rolls, they were in the pending status, because they couldn’t prove their citizenship,” he explained.
“That’s a felony in Georgia to even attempt to register if you’re a noncitizen. And that’s a one to 10-year prison term, and up to a $100,000 fine.”
He continued, saying his office sent this information to the state attorney general and local district attorneys. who will interview those who could not prove their citizenship.