Georgia Governor candidate David Perdue(R) called for the formation of an election police in Georgia.
The police would be responsible for “enforcing election laws, investigating election crimes and fraud, and arresting those who commit these offenses.”
Republican gubernatorial candidate David Perdue on Thursday called for the creation of an election police unit in Georgia, echoing a proposal by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and continuing Perdue’s focus on election falsehoods.
Perdue’s plan would create “an Election Law Enforcement Division in the State of Georgia” that would “be charged with enforcing election laws, investigating election crimes and fraud, and arresting those who commit these offenses,” according to a release from his campaign. Perdue’s plan also called for “election results to be independently audited before certification.”
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