Gwinnett County Residents Serve 37,500 Affidavits to County Voter Registration & Elections Division On 2020 Election
The affidavits challenge the validity of some 20,000 voter rolls in the 2020 Presidential Election. Biden's margin of victory was 11,779.
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September 2nd, 2022 | The Empire State of the South
According to a press release by VoterGA, Gwinnett County residents presented 37,500 sworn, notarized affidavits to the Gwinnett County Voter Registration and Elections Division on Thursday.
Each affidavit challenged a the validity of a voter roll, and some 20,000 entries are shown as having voted in the November 3rd, 2020 election, despite the fact they were proven to be ineligible.
Joe Biden’s margin of victory in the 2020 Presidential election was 11,779 votes, a number which is far exceeded by the 20,000 voter rolls used in the election.
The challenges presented by the affidavits include the presence of voters who no longer live in the same county, voter roll entries that use non-existent addresses, and entries with either illegal, blank, or non-permanent addresses.
A team of researchers and citizen election auditors found that some 15% of Gwinnett voter roll entries used in 2020 contain invalid addresses.
Gwinnett County election integrity team leader, Merrybelle Hodges, who is a descendant of Button Gwinnett, one of the signatories of the Declaration of Independence, made a public statement on Thursday.
“Until the approximate 20,000 vote challenges from the 2020 election are addressed, inaccurate voter rolls cleaned up and Georgia election laws are followed, the people of Gwinnett will never have safe, secure, and honest elections.”
VoterGA researchers discoverd an eight-page letter written to Georgia counties by Marci Elias’ Group in an effort to “intimidate them into keeping ineligible voters on the rolls.”
A rebuttal by Gwinnett County resident, Kevin Grindlay, was released publicly.
“ELG misstates the law in an obvious attempt to keep ‘voters’ on the rolls who should not be there. We believe this letter is motivated not by a desire to protect the rights of legitimate Georgia voters, but rather to facilitate widespread cheating in our state’s upcoming elections.” Grindlay said.
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