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Judicial Watch Sues Georgia Secretary Of State For Records about Changes to Processing Of Absentee Ballots In 2020 Election, And 2021 Trump/Raffensperger Call

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(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today that it has filed two Georgia Open Records Act lawsuits against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger for records related to: (1) the March 6, 2020 consent agreement regarding the processing of absentee ballots in the November 3, 2020 general election (Judicial Watch v. Brad Raffensperger (No. 2021 cv 347236)); and (2) the January 2, 2021 telephone call between Raffensperger and President Trump (Judicial Watch v. Brad Raffensperger (No. 2021 cv 347237));

The first lawsuit was filed after Secretary of State Raffensperger failed to respond to a November 17, 2020 request for:

All records related to the March 6, 2020 Consent Agreement entered into by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and others relating to the processing of absentee ballots by the Secretary of State in the November 3, 2020 general election, including but not limited to emails regarding the agreement sent to and from Raffensperger, State Election Board Vice Chair Rebecca N. Sullivan, State Election Board Member David J. Worley, State Election Board Member Matthew Mashburn, and/or State Election Board Member Anh Le…

To read more visit Judicial Watch.

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