- Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensper said it is “shameful” that state GOP Senate candidates Kyle Loeffler and David Perdue were already scouring his office for information on his campaigns.
- On January 5, Lofleur and Purdue, ahead of Georgia’s Senate runoff, issued a statement on Monday calling for Raffenspar to “compile and release the final list of newly registered voters.”
- “This is completely unacceptable,” the senators said, “This lack of transparency needs to be corrected immediately, or the integrity of our elections will be threatened.”
- Raffensper said in response, “Although I told the Republican Party to stop paying attention to me and direct my energy to win the Senate runoff.”
- He called it “embarrassing” for Perdew and Loeffler, not to know that the data they need is already publicly available “and that” their own campaigns already contain the data they’re looking for Huh. “
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Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensparger did not say those words on Tuesday when he Was called Two of his party’s Senate candidates, David Perdue and Kyle Loeffler, already hold his office in office for information on their campaigns.
Loeffler and Perdew, both retaining their seats in Georgia’s upcoming Senate runoff, issued a statement calling for the “Georgia Secretary of State to compile and release the final list of newly registered voters after their further failure. ” Beginning of early voting. “
He said in his Monday statement that it had been a week since the deadline for voter registration had passed, and Raffensper had “failed” to issue a final list of new voters. “This is completely unacceptable,” the senators said, “This lack of transparency needs to be corrected immediately, or the integrity of our elections will be threatened.”
The National Republican Sanatorial Committee said in response that it “requested and received copies of newly registered Georgia voters every day and the NRSC confirmed that it shared public data with the Purdue and Loeffler Senate campaigns.”
“Although I have asked the Republican Party to stop focusing on me and instead direct their energies to win Senate runoff, clearly they have not listened,” Raffenspar said. “As embarrassing as it is for the censors. Perdew and Loeffler do not know that the data they want is already publicly available from the Secretary of State, making it worse that they have their own Don’t know about the campaigns for the data they’re looking at. Early voting has already started, but it’s not too late to call their offices and get their campaigns in order. “
A representative of NRSC also confirmed that “they have those lists.”
In addition to information about newly registered voters, the lists also include other demographic information, registered voters and the date of the last vote to which they are relevant.
Rafensparger and the Government of Georgia. Brian Kemp has faced outrage and criticism from President Donald Trump and his allies, who do not blame Republican election officials for helping Trump to reverse the results of the 2020 race.
Trump on Tuesday before Retweeted a post GOP counsel Lynn Wood was called to prison to fulfill her legal and civil duty for Kemp and Raffenspar to certify the results of the Georgia presidential election.
Wood Wood (@LLWood) 15 December 2020
Rafensparger and his wife have also faced threats of death and rape from supporters of the president, one of whom said he would receive President-Elect Joe Biden as the winner of Georgia’s 16 electoral votes after a risk-limited audit The firing party must be faced to certify.
In the weeks following, Raffensparger has become increasingly vocal about his efforts to combat lies and disinformation and Trump and his loyalists have spread about the election, telling Business Insider in a recent interview that the process “Rumor is like playing whack-a-mole”. “