GA SecState investigating early departure of poll monitors

Just The News"We have launched an investigation into why the monitors from the political parties left before scanning ended," Jones said. "While it was their right to leave early, we want to make certain they were not misled into thinking scanning had stopped for the night when it had not."

An interesting question would be whether poll watchers from both parties are optional or required. If optional, this could be written off as an oops (in theory; other evidence also suggests fraud). But if poll watchers are required, the counters should have stopped on their own initiative until watchers could return.

Having a single state employee monitoring should not be sufficient.

This entry was published Sat Dec 05 11:09:42 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-12-05 11:09:42.0. [Tweet]

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