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Man Who Questioned 2020 Election Integrity Faces Federal Charges
A former judicial magistrate is facing a criminal investigation due to a referral by his county elections director.
Originally published on The National File.
Election integrity activist and former Georgia Judicial Magistrate, Richard Jordan, faces an investigation that could result in three misdemeanors and a felony charge, in what he says is a “a Constitutional violation of my right to vote and my right to question public officials,” after he tried to submit a complaint about his voting experience in the June 21st Georgia primary runoff election.
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