A computer server crucial to a lawsuit against Georgia election officials was quietly wiped clean by its custodians just after the suit was filed, Frank Bajak of The Associated Press reports. [Business Insider]
First elections, then probes into hacking. Now, the lawsuits over election hacking. A group of Democrats and Republicans in Georgia is suing the state to overturn its June special election. [USA Today]
Ernest A. Canning reports on BradBlog that in the recent runoff election, most “electors were forced to cast their votes into electronic black holes.”
Georgia’s top elections official refused Department of Homeland Security help in 2016 but soon will take the reins for future elections after security mistakes.
Georgia Secretary of State’s Office will move all elections work in-house after a series of security lapses forced an end to control by the beleaguered Center for Election Systems at Kennesaw State University.
Like Larry Vaughn–the fictional mayor of Amity, New York, in “Jaws”–Georgia’s elected leaders are trying to convince you that everything is OK. It is not.
Breitbart Article by Ben Kew, July 5, 2017: “Colorado non-profit files lawsuit seeking to void Georgia special election result.”
Look in the left column of our Facebook page for “Videos” — when you see the video in your main feed, click on the video to hear the sound. Come back to this page of the Coalition for Good Governance website for the Handouts for Press Conference on July 6, 2017.
Coalition for Good Government files lawsuit to challenge unverifiable 6th Congressional District runoff election results
Summary article by Associated Press, appearing in Washington Post