GA SoS Brad Raffensperger
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On April 7th, Georgia Secretary of State (SOS) Brad Raffenserger announced his office would investigate three counties for failing to complete mail-in ballot drop box transfer forms in recent Georgia elections. The forms are required to be filled out to document transfers of mail-in ballots picked up from locations where drop boxes may have been installed throughout a county.
One of those counties that Raffensperger announced he would investigate is Coffee County. The problem with the announcement is that if there is anyone in the SOS office who wanted the truth they only needed to make one phone call to know there is nothing to investigate. Coffee County did not place any drop boxes in remote locations. The only drop box was located at the county elections office. County Elections offices have never been required to fill out forms if they receive mail-in ballots at the office. So, what was the real motive behind this obvious publicity stunt and latest example of disinformation emanating from the SOS office?
Secretary Raffensperger has been at war with Coffee County ever since the county exposed Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5 voting system security shortcomings and recount failures in the November 2020 election.