Georgia Is again committing Election Fraud. Not content with repeating the dubious practices of the election – where the State refused to allow election oversight, and is continuing that policy during the recounts – Georgia is now openly breaking its own law in the vital twin Senate seat run off that will see the balance of the upper chamber of Congress decided.
The Law in the State of Georgia is ckear: you cannot vote in a Run-Off unless you voted in the main election.
Despite this fact, 80,000+ new voters registered in violation of Georgia Election Law.
Georgia law states: “The run-off primary, special primary runoff, run-off election, or special election runoff shall be a continuation of the primary, special primary, election, or special election for the particular office concerned.
Only the electors who were duly registered to vote and not subsequently deemed disqualified to vote in the primary, special primary, election, or special election for candidates for that particular office shall be entitled to vote therein, and only those votes cast for the persons designated as candidates in such run-off primary, special primary runoff, run-off election, or special election runoff shall be counted in the tabulation and canvass of the votes cast.
No elector shall vote in a run-off primary or special primary runoff in violation of Code Section 21-2-224.”
Seems pretty clear cut.