Clayton County Board of Elections Meeting 12/23/20

Agenda

Adopted

Public Comments

None

New Business

3 Challenges

Challenge #1: 2,499

Garrett Ashley: Not able to personally attend but left a letter of probable cause.

As she is not able to attend this case should be dismissed, correct?

Challenge dismissed

Challenge #2: 10, 605 Voters challenged 

We had no response in our attempts to reach the challenger.

Motion is made to dismiss this case

Challenge Dismissed

Challenge #3: 1,274 voters who have registered a change of address according to the national registry are being challenged.

All military personnel were researched so that they were not included in this list

Patricia Pullar: Mam this is an attempt at wide scale voter suppression. This list has no basis.

Tina Chisholm: This is not an attempt to remove voters from the rolls but to verify. These people seem like they’ve moved to other counties

Patricia Pullar: We need more evidence. Do you have dates or anything we can go on. This list itself is not enough and is blatant voter suppression and your list is not enough to give us probable cause.

Tina Chisholm: I feel as if you’re pushing me aside and being unreasonable. I am ashamed of you being our representatives. 

Diane Givens: We hear you but you have no supporting evidence we would need. 

Tina:  Well what evidence would i need for probable cause

Charles Reed: We Contacted you today because you put in a challenge yesterday. The burden of proof is on you Ms. Chisholm. 

Tina Chisholm: That is the board’s job.

Charles Reed: I can’t go back and forth with you. I need you as the accuser to provide probable cause

Tina: This list of changes should be sufficient probable cause.

Dorothy: You need more than just a list.

Tina Chisholm: That’s not my job

Patricia Pullar: We need information. When did these people change their address? Times, Dates and other information should be presented for us to have probable cause.


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These meetings are open to the public by Georgia law. Feel free to take notes or record meetings. Read more here: Georgia Open Meetings Act.

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