Could Georgia’s election have to be redone?

By Debra Tash

Attorney Lin Wood, who represented accused Olympic bomber Richard Jewell and Covington student Nick Sandman, was interviewed on the John Fredricks show today.  Mr. Wood is about to drop a lawsuit against Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.  The suit alleges that Raffensperger entered into an agreement earlier this year with Stacy Abrams, who failed to win the governorship in 2018.   The agreement, allegedly brokered by the law firm Perkins Coie, changed the way mail-in ballots are handled creating an unequal treatment on how classes of voters were treated. By law only the state legislature can change the rules governing a federal election. If the suit prevails the election results could be thrown out and a new election for down ballot candidates held.  The question of what slate of electors to elect the president will be seated for the state of Georgia will be sent to their legislature as outlined in the constitution.

He urged the residents of Georgia call their state representatives and Governor Kemp to hold a special session of the legislature to address the issue.

The full interview can be heard here:

Debra Tash is Editor-in-Chief of, past president for Citizens Alliance for Property Rights, business executive and award-winning author, residing in Somis.

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