Many were disappointed after both RINO Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and RINO Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger won their GOP primaries in Georgia.
It has now been exposed that Democrats helped both win their GOP primaries.
Data reveals that Democrats casting ballots in last week's Georgia Republican primary were consequential in defeating fmr. President Donald Trump's hand-picked candidates for secretary of state and, to a lesser extent, governor. https://t.co/3tEP0o8v35 pic.twitter.com/2AtQzl5EFN
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An Associated Press analysis of early voting records from data firm L2 found that more than 37,000 people who voted in Georgia’s Democratic primary two years ago cast ballots in last week’s Republican primary, an unusually high number of so-called crossover voters. Even taking into account the limited sample of early votes, the data reveal that crossover voters were consequential in defeating Trump’s hand-picked candidates for secretary of state and, to a lesser extent, governor.
Gov. Brian Kemp did not ultimately need Democrats in his blowout victory against his Trump-backed opponent, but Raffensperger probably did. The Republican secretary of state cleared the 50% threshold required to avoid a runoff election by just over 27,000 votes, according to the latest AP tallies. Based on early voting data alone, 37,144 former Democrats voted in the Republican primary. The total number of crossovers including Election Day votes, set to be revealed in the coming weeks, may be even higher.
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