Counting the US presidential election in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, November 4, 2020 (photo: Reuters).
More than a thousand people have been stripped of their right to vote and thousands of votes have not been counted, among other cases of voter fraud.
Georgia’s electoral board this week released 35 cases of voter fraud to prosecute, according to The Epoch Times.
“Electoral fraud is not tolerated in Georgia. When there is evidence of it, those responsible will face prosecution, ”Chief Secretary Brad Raffensperger, chairman of the five-member council, said in a statement.
Authorities say a group called the New Georgia Project (NGP) filed 1,268 voter registration applications after the deadline, leaving voters disqualified during the 2019 special election.
In a statement emailed to The Epoch Times, Nsé Ufot, the project’s CEO said: “The meeting of the State Election Commission on February 10 was the first time the NGP heard of the allegations. regarding the important voter registration of the NGP since 2019. We have not received any information about this from any Georgia official yet so we will not comment further on the investigation. investigation “.
Last year, Raffensperger said the project was one of many groups that sent letters to people living out of state who could violate Georgia law. This group was formed by former Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams. This group had been in trouble before, when it didn’t pay unemployment insurance, according to state records.
In an appearance on MSNBC last week, Ufot said: “The idea that there is rampant voter fraud is crazy. It is part of a Republican fan novel.
Authorities are also accusing Floyd Jones and the Fayette County Voter Registration and Election Commission, where he served as director at the time, for improper handling of four memory cards of scoring 2,760 votes in general. elected on November 3, 2020.
Fayette County is one of four where officials found untold votes in a recount. Raffensperger’s office said about 2,755 votes detected on a memory card were not counted toward the original number of votes.
Another notable case involved an Atlanta woman named Samunta Pittman, who allegedly filed 70 false voter registration applications while campaigning for the Union for the People’s Agenda.