Election Integrity Win in Georgia: Election Board Reprimands Fulton County, Will Appoint Monitor for 2024

Article originally appeared on www.westernjournal.com.

The Georgia Election Board voted Tuesday to reprimand Fulton County for its conduct of the 2020 election and direct the appointment of an independent monitor to oversee this fall’s general election.

The Georgia Recorder reported that the 2-1 vote came after investigators from the Georgia secretary of state’s office confirmed the county double-scanned 3,075 ballots during a statewide recount of the 2020 presidential election.

There also was a dispute over 17,000 ballot images that are missing, according to a complaint.

Investigators concluded the errors in question would not have changed the overall result of the 2020 election in Georgia.

Democrat Joe Biden defeated then-President Donald Trump by 11,779 votes, or about 0.3 percent of the nearly 5 million ballots cast.

Biden carried Fulton County by approximately 243,000 votes, or 73 percent to 26 percent.

During the Election Board meeting, an investigator noted that an independent audit published in January 2021 and a Performance …

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