Audit Finds More Than 2,000 Suspected Foreigners Trying To Get On Voter Rolls In Georgia

An investigation by Georgia’s secretary of state has found that more than 2,000 suspected foreigners have been trying to get on the voter rolls in the state.

Are you beginning to understand why Democrats are so opposed to voter ID?

How many other states are having this problem and who knows about it?

Just the News reports:

Georgia finds more than 2,000 suspected foreigners trying to get on state’s voter rolls

An audit by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has identified more than 2,000 suspected foreigners who tried to register to vote in the state though none reached the point of casting ballots, officials told Just the News.

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The findings, set to be released this week by Raffensperger’s office, are expected to be used by the Georgia elections chief to make the case for his signature effort in 2022 to get a constitutional amendment to ban non-citizen voting.

Georgia’s audit is the second by a state in just a few weeks to detect an effort by foreigners to get into a position to cast ballots in states where non-citizen voting is illegal

An audit of Texas voter rolls released in December identified nearly 12,000 non-citizens suspected of illegally registering to vote, and county officials in Texas are now being asked to determine if any actually cast ballots.

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In Georgia’s case, officials told Just the News that its audit found a total of 2,258 potential non-citizens on the state’s voter rolls, in pending status, and flagged the names to local county election officials. The non-citizens won’t be allowed to vote unless they provide proof of citizenship.

The American people have to trust the integrity of our elections.

Voter ID would fix this problem and that’s exactly what Republicans should continue to demand.


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