Missing chain of custody documents in GA for ballot drop boxes

Just The NewsOfficials in Georgia have yet to produce documents to establish the chain of custody for roughly 83 percent of the estimated 600,000 absentee ballots placed in drop boxes during the Nov. 3 elections – with voting for the two Senate runoff elections less than a month away.

The ballots placed in the drop boxes by voters are then delivered to county election officials by county poll workers. But state and county officials still have not produced the documents to show the clear chain of custody, according to the Georgia State News.

Why is it so hard to produce the chain of custody documents -- if they exist?

And if they don't exist, and they are required to exist, their absence creates a negative inference.

This entry was published Fri Dec 11 19:25:05 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-12-11 19:25:05.0. [Tweet]

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