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Georgia State Representative Greg Morris is asking Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to conduct an audit comparing the signatures on the absentee ballot envelopes to the voter registration applications, as well as the applications of the absentee ballots. Rep. Morris said he believes if the Secretary of State does so, there will be enough discrepancies to cast significant doubt on the outcome of the November 3 Presidential election in Georgia.

In a letter to the Secretary of State last week, Rep. Morris said he believes if a signature audit is done, there will be evidence of tainted signatures on the "presumed outcome of the election results."

Morris said he doesn't expect to find any "lost ballots" but he does believe that President Donald Trump won the election  in Georgia, and a signature audit would substantiate his belief. He wrote, "...I believe that President Trump did indeed win the majority of votes on November 3. The majority of voters that I represent in South Georgia also believe Trump to be the winner."

Rep. Morris serves as the State Representative of District 156, and resides in Toombs County.


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