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Election integrity nonprofit organization Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results in Georgia (VoterGA) released a statement on Monday claiming that evidence shows the rate of election discrepancies may be even higher in Georgia counties other than Fulton. VoterGA showcased a trove of evidence indicating that the error reporting rate in Fulton County was a staggering 60%.

“VoterGA announced today it has evidence election result discrepancies in other Georgia counties may be worse than those it presented for Fulton County at a VoterGA press conference Tuesday,” the press release stated. “The revelation came as VoterGA formalized its call for a truly independent, forensic audit of all county results for the November 3rd, 2020 and January 5th, 2021 elections.”

The press release continued, “According to VoterGA, a full statewide audit of November, 2020 and January, 2021 election results should validate voter eligibility. It must also include forensic authenticity, security assessments, and accuracy verification” involving “Physical ballots,” “Scanner/Tabulators,” and “Election server images.” The statement also notes that “VoterGA further insisted that any such Georgia audit must be conducted by a truly independent team that has no relationship with any Georgia officials who conducted the elections.” Read more…