Fulton County Election Chief To Resign In 2021

The “most secure election in history” narrative just took another hit. 

Rick Barron, Fulton County’s election chief has announced he will resign in 2021.

He worked for Fulton County for 8 years.

From GPB:

The chief election official for Georgia’s most populous county has announced he will resign at the end of 2021 as the county continues to face attacks, conspiracy theories and a state-run performance review following the 2020 election.

Fulton County elections director Rick Barron submitted a letter of resignation Wednesday, defending the work of his office throughout a challenging election cycle that saw record turnout, an unprecedented amount of absentee ballots and a global pandemic that decimated both the number of polling places and election workers to staff them.

“Under the intense scrutiny of the last year, I believe our team has performed with grace and professionalism,” he said. “Even in the midst of threats to our personal safety, we have continued to make the interests of Fulton County voters our highest priority.”

Barron, who has worked for Fulton for over eight years, helmed an elections office that has been plagued by problems over the years, including long lines caused by machine issues and errors with absentee voting. In the June 2020 primary delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, polling place locations backed out of serving as voting sites — reducing the number of polls available — and poll workers unfamiliar with new voting equipment led to hourslong lines that garnered national attention.

Here is the letter:


The 2020 election was a disaster in Fulton County.

This is where many say the steal took place in Georgia.

Articles on the subject are linked below:

11 Months After 2020 Election Georgia Secretary of State Missing Chain of Custody Documents for 6,995 Absentee Ballots Deposited in Fulton County Drop Boxes

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Wants Feds to Investigate New Allegations Against Fulton County

Fulton County Election Officials Did Not Properly Handle Finances, Grant Requirements, New Audit Says

See Disputed Georgia Ballots Where Election Workers Decided a Vote Was for Biden, not Trump

“Why Can’t the Public See the Ballots?” – President Trump Releases Statement on Georgia Judge’s Decision Dismissing Inspection of Fraudulent Fulton County Ballots

VoterGA Uncovers that More People Were Registered in Fulton County, Georgia in the 2020 Election than Were Eligible to Vote

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