The Question of Paper Ballots in Georgia Part 5

The legislature has some work to do to reconcile O.C.G.A. 21-2-280 which says a ballot may be electronic or printed on paper and O.C.G A. 21-2-300 (a) (1) that with regard to new voting equipment the equipment must be the same state wide. O.C.G.A. 21-2-280 only requires official ballots, neither electronic or paper is required.Continue reading “The Question of Paper Ballots in Georgia Part 5”

The Question of Paper Ballots In Georgia Part 4

It seems no opportunity to tilt the 2020 election was overlooked. We had ballot harvesting in ballot boxes. Said ballot boxes may or may not have been monitored properly and now not all monitoring records are available. Said ballot boxes used for ballot harvesting were provided by or paid for by a particular group. TheContinue reading “The Question of Paper Ballots In Georgia Part 4”

The Question of Paper Ballots in Georgia Part 3

Finally perhaps part of the problem has been discovered in ballot harvesting which is illegal under Georgia law. The ballots placed in drop boxes are counted on Dominion systems without even the pretension of advising the voter for whom they voted. We need people who destroyed evidence of ballot harvesting arrested whether they were theContinue reading “The Question of Paper Ballots in Georgia Part 3”

The Question of Paper Ballots in Georgia part 2

So even though the Secretary of State argued against his own position at times further confusing the issue, Athens-Clarke County was forced to use a voting system that is illegal. Read the order of Judge Totenberg listing all the voting equipment problems but less than a month prior to a presidential election failed to issueContinue reading “The Question of Paper Ballots in Georgia part 2”

The Question of Paper Ballots In Georgia Part 1

Dominion Voting Systems inherited mistrust from the voting system which preceded it. The previous system was declared by a federal judge to violate due process and equal protection guaranteed by the 14th Amendment. And then Georgia jumped from the voting frying pan into the voting fire by selecting Dominion Voting Systems. O.C.G.A. 21-2-300 (a) (2)Continue reading “The Question of Paper Ballots In Georgia Part 1”