Category: Secretary of State

State Elections Board Refers Fulton County Voting Issues To Attorney General

In Fulton County, voting issues seem to be a feature, not a bug. Today, the State Elections Board has referred the systemic mishandling of absentee ballot requests during this year’s primary to Attorney General Chris Carr. Noted pointedly in the press release below from Secretary of State Raffensperger, David Worley – a Democrat – made

SOS Raffensperger Refutes New York Times Hit Piece

Narrative over facts. It’s how “journalism” is done these days. The latest example is the New York Times three by-line dump on Georgia’s elections, that seemed to pick and choose observations that supported their narrative over objective facts. Other “facts” were just flat made up or wrong. Doesn’t matter. They’re the New York Times. No

Post-Election Day Roundup

A few thoughts that stand out from yesterday’s election: How swift and broad Gwinnett’s seachange is continues to astound me. By now I’m sure everyone’s seen that there were some 30,000 more votes cast in the Democratic Presidential Primary than Republican. And Georgia’s longest-serving school board member is likely going to lose her reelection bid.

Speaker Ralston Claims Millions Of Dollars Wasted In Delay Of Moving Primary

The following was just sent over by Speaker David Ralston’s office. It’s seems there’s still a bit of a chill in the relations between the Secretary of State and his former legislative chamber. “I appreciate the Secretary of State finally using his statutory authority — which he has had all along — to delay the

Questions And Answers Regarding The Primary Election From The Secretary of State’s Office

I’m posting this Q&A I received from the Secretary of State’s office as a way to hopefully clarify some questions and concerns about the upcoming primary in May and the impact of COVID-19. As coronavirus has upended our daily lives, pushed many into quarantine, and caused chaos in the economy, elections in Georgia have changed