An announcement by the Georgia secretary of state confirms the fears of many across the nation about election integrity. 1,000 voters in a recent heated state election double-voted, meaning they likely mailed in their ballots and showed up to polling places as well.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced Tuesday that around one thousand voters are being investigated for double-voting in the state’s June 9 primary.
As reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, these voters are facing a felony if charged, while Democrat-affiliated groups are claiming the state should not punish these voters.
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