This election has been rampant with cries of “fraud.”
But hardly anyone is doing anything about it.
Now, Georgia declares that the state party is “trusting no one” as they prepare for the election involving their senators.
Georgia Republican Party chairman David Shafer stated last Thursday during Vice President Mike Pence’s rally for the Senate runoff election that the state party is batting down the hatches to prepare for the beginning of Georgia’s voting process.
He encouraged Georgians to vote Republican even in face of voter fraud cries.
He stated that their votes for Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler would make a world of difference in this fight against voter fraud.
“The fight for election integrity and the fight for David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler go hand in hand,” Shafer said.
But people still had questions about the measures being taken and how Georgia plans to expose and prevent voter fraud.
Breitbart News reported on Shafer’s response, stating:
“I want to promise you that we are trusting no one and taking nothing for granted,” Shafer said. “We have recruited 4,000 poll watchers for the upcoming runoff elections. We filed suit against our own secretary of state. We’re gonna make sure we have eyes on every part of the process.”
Shafer’s promise comes as the Georgia secretary of state’s office gave an update Thursday insisting full transparency was present in the state’s election process, including in the signature verification part, which has faced particular criticism from President Donald Trump, Trump’s legal team, and the Georgia GOP after the state’s hand recount of election results did not include signature verification.
“As a belt and suspenders, we sent out an official election bulletin to remind the election directors around the state that signature match is a public process as are all the pieces and processes involved in the election process,” Gabriel Sterling, the state’s voting system implementation manager, said during the state update, adding that Shafer specifically requested this because “[Shafer] said counties had denied them this access.”
They are doing everything in their power to make sure voter fraud is effectively stamped out and has no place to take root in Georgia’s elections.
Pence echoed Shafer’s words, stating:
“We’re fighting every day for integrity in our elections,” and also repeated the promise he has made in his other recent rallies that his team would keep fighting until “every illegal vote is thrown out.”
And the people are making their voices heard as well.
Many people who attended the rally expressed their concern for voter fraud and their determination to make sure their votes were counted and their voices heard.
The voting process is the most essential process in American democracy.
It is a process that uplifts the voices of the people and is part of what makes America tick.
Thus, it is vital that these elections remain free of voter fraud and outside influence.
The heart of America is the voice of all of its people.
And as Americans, we must make sure every voice is heard and every vote is counted.