- A subpoena has been approved in Georgia’s ballot harvesting probe
- The investigation is looking into whether third-party liberal activists illegally gathered thousands of absentee ballots
Two years later and investigations are just beginning into the crooked 2020 election.
A subpoena has just been approved to secure evidence and testimony in Georgia’s ballot harvesting probe.
The Georgia Elections Board has approved a subpoena to secure evidence and testimony in an ongoing investigation into whether third-party liberal activists illegally gathered thousands of absentee ballots in the 2020 general election and a subsequent runoff that determined Democrat control of the U.S. Senate.
The vote was a major win for Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who announced the investigation into alleged ballot harvesting in January and was seeking the subpoena authority to assist the probe.
The subpoena power will allow Raffensperger’s team to secure evidence about a whistleblower who alleged to an election integrity group that he participated in a large operation to gather ballots in which activists were paid $10 for each ballot they delivered.
Georgia law expressly prohibits third parties from collecting, gathering or delivering absentee ballots, except in the case of immediate relatives.
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