Legislation Introduced to Remove Raffensperger from GA State Election Board, Launch Investigation

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A bill has been introduced by Georgia State Senators to strip Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger of his position on the State Election Board.

If passed, this bill would also empower the board with the ability to conduct investigations into both Raffensperger and his office for potential violations of election laws.

George Behizy states that the bill has received sponsorship from Majority Leader Steve Gooch, Senator Greg Dolezal, and other individuals.

This situation arose due to Raffensperger’s failure to investigate the 2020 election fraud brought to light by Joseph Rossi, a dedicated advocate for election integrity.

“These initial findings and an inability to obtain explanations from Raffensperger’s office led Rossi to provide the evidence to Governor Brian Kemp’s office which performed its own independent analysis and then issued a written finding saying that Rossi’s results were factual.” Per @GA_Record

According to The Georgia Record, the Georgia Senate has introduced SB 358, following a referral from Acting State Election Board Chairman Matthew Mashburn.

This bill aims to confirm the State Election Board’s authority to investigate Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, remove him from the SEB, and require his cooperation in such investigations.

Mashburn sent the referral letter on Thursday. The referral was prompted by testimony given at a recent State Election Board meeting by Joseph Rossi and others, who highlighted errors in 2020 election reporting linked to Raffensperger’s office.

These findings, combined with a lack of explanation from Raffensperger’s office, led Rossi to provide evidence to Governor Brian Kemp’s office for independent analysis.

\After conducting their own investigation, Kemp’s office issued a written finding affirming the accuracy of Rossi’s results.

During the December 19th SEB testimony, Rossi also mentioned attempts by investigators, Assistant Attorney General Charlene McGowan (now working in Rannfesperger’s office), and certain SEB members to obstruct investigations or divert attention away from accumulating evidence.

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