Update on Georgia’s voter rolls.
RINO Georgia Secretary Of State Brad Raffensperger announced that he is asking 185,000 Georgia voters if they are still active.
George Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) announced on Thursday that the state is taking steps to update its voter rolls, contacting more than 185,000 voters who have not interacted with the election system for at least five years to see if they are still active.
Raffensperger said he ordered Georgia election officials to mail no-contact notices to 185,666 people who have not had any contact with the election system in the previous five calendar years.
The secretary said no contact means the voters have not voted, requested an absentee ballot, signed a petition or updated their registration by changing their address or renewing their driver’s license.
Additionally, none of those people voted in the 2020 general election or runoff races.
Now, this does not show anything fraudulent.
They claim that none of these voters voted in the 2020 election.
The question this raises is if any voters who had been inactive prior to 2020 were now considered active.
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