BREAKING: GEORGIA ELECTOR CHALLENGE: 364,541 Voters FLAGGED AS ILLEGAL, FULL-SCALE INQUIRY On The Way


By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

Texas-based True The Vote partnered with Georgians across the state to challenge their electoral college votes with a unique clause in Georgia's law called the "Elector Challenge," which allows ANY GEORGIAN to challenge a fellow Georgian's eligibility to vote in their county. These elector challenges have been filed for 364,541 voters, who now have to prove their eligibility to vote in the Georgia election.

The voters have been deemed illegal through looking at filings with the United States Postal Service National Change of Address (NCOA) and other commercial databases that found Georgians who may have lacked the legal means to vote in the state in the 2020 election.

According to True The Vote:

According to Georgia law, an Elector Challenge must be filed before a vote is cast. Once a vote has been cast, or in the case of absentee ballots, once the ballot has been removed from its signed envelope, there is no way to identify which ballot belongs to the ineligible party.

In fact, the best way to ensure only eligible voters are voting in the upcoming runoff elections is through Elector Challenges. States must comply with National Voter Registration Act standards in cleaning their voter rolls. Under Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act, states are required to conduct a general voter registration list maintenance program that makes a reasonable effort to remove ineligible voters. The NVRA’s standards limit removal of names only to very narrow conditions, with ineligible names remaining on the list over an extended period of time.

An Elector Challenge does not remove voter names from the registry. Voters who have been challenged will have the opportunity, via GA. CODE ANN. § 21-2-230 to prove eligibility and still have their vote counted in the upcoming runoff election.

Granted, this will not apply for the 2020 election, but it will apply to the 2021 election and and help clean up the voter record and remove illegal voters ahead of the 2021 Georgia runoffs January. Once the investigation is finished, it could also help move the conversation forward toward having a full-scale forensic audit of the 2020 election before January 14, 2020, which is the last day the elections can be challenged.


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