Category: 2020 Elections

Secretary of State’s Office Opens Investigation Into Coffee County’s Recount Process

The Secretary of State’s office issued a press release last night on the procedures of Coffee County in their recount process after they refused to recertify their recount. (ATLANTA)-The Secretary of State’s office has opened an investigation into the Coffee County Board Of Elections and Registration regarding their handling of the November 2020 presidential election

Georgia Auditing Elections Is A Good Way To Reinforce Confidence In System

Georgia has certified the 2020 General Election. Former Vice President Joe Biden has won Georgia–the first time a Democrat presidential nominee has won the state since 1992. Georgia Republicans are understandably shell-shocked by the results, and I’m sure a lot of this questioning of the integrity of the election comes denial. I inherently trust the

US Senators Perdue And Loeffler Support President Trump’s Recount Request

Georgia’s election was certified on Friday. Not long after that, the Trump campaign made it known that they were planning to request a recount. Both of Georgia’s US Senators have expressed support of the Trump campaign’s request. From Senator David Perdue’s office: “I support President Trump’s request for a recount in Georgia, one in which signatures

Georgia Republican Party Joins Governor’s Call For Absentee Ballot Signature Audit

The Executive Committee unanimously approved a joint letter to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger supporting Governor Brian Kemp’s urging for an audit of Georgia’s mail-in absentee ballots. The letter is posted in full below: Dear Mr. Secretary: As you are aware, we urged you during the general election to issue a bulletin authorizing our monitors

Is One Of Team Trump’s Georgia Election Fighters A Republican?

Lin Wood, one of the current pail carriers for President Donald Trump, has been casting aspersions towards Georgia Republicans including both Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. He’s been taking to Twitter with a similar veracity as the President. Here is a suggested course of action for GA Governor @BrianKempGA: 1. Order

Election Provides No Kum Ba Yah Moment

This week’s Courier Herald column: I started this column the morning after the election.  As is custom, that Wednesday morning traditionally is one where I have had little sleep, but also seem to have the clearest thoughts on what has transpired, and where we are going.  The original premise of this column was expressed that

Believe In The Resiliency Of America

The race for President of the United States could break either for President Donald Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden as I write this. Maybe we will know who will be sworn into office on January 20, 2021 later today or later this week, but life will go on. Sure, one political party will