SoS Claims Dekalb Inactive Voter Plan “Would Open Election to Fraud” — Here are the Facts

08/05/2020 -- This morning, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office released a press statement on the SOS website titled, "DEKALB COUNTY PROPOSAL WOULD OPEN ELECTION TO FRAUD." This statement is posted under "Latest Election News" but the article is actually only an opinion held by the SoS as he requested Dekalb County rescind their decision … Continue reading SoS Claims Dekalb Inactive Voter Plan “Would Open Election to Fraud” — Here are the Facts

Drop Box Locations for August 11, 2020 Election in Georgia

This list was compiled by contacting elections offices. For official information, contact your county’s election office. County Drop Box locations made available as a public service. Drop off your completed absentee ballot Postage Free for the August election in county drop boxes. Check out our list to find drop boxes in your county. Make Sure … Continue reading Drop Box Locations for August 11, 2020 Election in Georgia

Voters Want Answers About Election in Fulton County at June Board Meeting

    Fulton County 6-11-20 BOER Meeting Highlights Public Comments about the June 9 election lasted for almost two hours. The public asked questions, expressed outrage and offered help. See public comments at meeting start and end. Operational Reporting for June 9 Included  Polling Locations - Fulton lost 45 polling locations because of Covid - … Continue reading Voters Want Answers About Election in Fulton County at June Board Meeting

Bibb County BOE Talks Budget Changes

Meeting Minutes Snippet The Bibb County Board of Elections held their monthly meeting yesterday. In an attempt to meet election day demands - poll workers will be required to do more -- the Board elected to increase polling location payouts. They also moved to reduce the number of purchased vans and to reduce the repairs … Continue reading Bibb County BOE Talks Budget Changes

Oglethorpe County BOE limits the number of people who can vote at one time

To increase social distancing, the Oglethorpe County Board of Elections decided to limit the number of people who can vote at one time during the May monthly meeting. The following includes the minutes provided by the Oglethorpe County Board of Elections.  Contact the Oglethorpe County BOE office with questions. Oglethorpe County Board of Elections Minutes … Continue reading Oglethorpe County BOE limits the number of people who can vote at one time

Effingham County Board of Election Meeting Agenda – May 11, 2020

Below is the agenda for the Effingham County Board of Elections and Registration meeting to be held May 11, 2020. The meeting will be held via teleconference. Check the official website for updated information: http://www.effinghamcounty.org/248/Elections-Registration AGENDA Effingham County Board of Elections and Registration Meeting May 11, 2020 @9:30 a.m. 284 HWY 119 S. Springfield, Ga … Continue reading Effingham County Board of Election Meeting Agenda – May 11, 2020

Columbia County BOE Meeting Notes 4-13-2020

The Columbia County Board of Elections met Tuesday, April 14, 2020, at 10:30 a.m. The following are the official minutes supplied by The Columbia county Board of Elections. Contact the Columbia Board of Elections with questions. Those present were: Board Members: Larry Wiggins (Chair), Wanda Duffie, Ann Cushman; office staff Nancy Gay. Mr. Wiggins motioned … Continue reading Columbia County BOE Meeting Notes 4-13-2020

Absentee Voters in Georgia Surpass One Million

According to the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office, “More than 1 million Georgians requested absentee ballots, shattering all previous records and demonstrating support for Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s shift from in-person voting.” Read the Official statement here:https://sos.ga.gov/index.php/elections

Georgia election officials prepare for what they will do if a voter appears ill

Georgia elections officials  prepare for what they will do if a voter appears ill during  early voting in the June 9 Primary. “GPB News and the Georgia News Lab asked dozens of county supervisors how they would handle such a situation. None reported receiving any guidance from the state elections officials as of publication, leaving … Continue reading Georgia election officials prepare for what they will do if a voter appears ill