When the number of registered voters in Georgia was 7 million, why did the state mail out 7 million votes in the 2020 election?
Has anyone asked Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger how the state was able to mail out more than 7 million ballots in the 2020 election, and if this will happen again?
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In December, we discussed how the Georgia results were illogical. The results were obviously contaminated.
Furthermore, there are apparently over 300,000 ballots in Georgia’s 2020 election results that do not have the legally needed chain of custody documents attached.
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However, we can now tell that in the 2020 election, the state mailed out 7 million absentee ballots.
The state of Georgia received almost 7 million ballots in the mail. The state reports that over 7 million absentee votes were prepared and mailed out in the 2020 Primary Election, according to the Georgia 2020 Cares report, item 12 page 5. The presumption is that this figure was the same in the general election in November only a few months later.
Georgia had 7.4 million voters in April 2021, according to CBS.
In the 2020 election, every voter in Georgia is said to have received an absentee ballot. This made the state wide election vulnerable to voter fraud, which we know occurred.
The state will no longer be able to provide an absentee ballot to every voter, thanks to a new law passed earlier this year.
The more you learn about Georgia, the more questionable the 2020 election results become.
Update: An earlier version of this story stated that just 5.4 million Georgia voters were registered, based on a report. However, we discovered that the Secretary of State’s website lists a little more than 7 million registered auditors in the state, according to a reader.