“In any case, Georgia had a wildly successful and smooth election. We eventually overcame the voting lines and put behind us the infamous reputation of Fulton County because of the catastrophic election,” Raffensperger wrote in USA Today. “Georgians need to celebrate this, regardless of whether their favorite presidential candidate has won or lost. For those who are amazed, mine is lost – my family voted for him, donated to him, and now he is throwing them under the bus.”
The Republican, who claimed there was no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the state election, was attacked by Trump and GOP allies in the days leading up to Georgia’s last week’s confirmation of the election results. Georgian Republican sensor Kelly Loeffler and David Purdue called for resignation, and Georgian Governor Brian Kemp put pressure on him to investigate allegations of election fraud.
President-elect Joe Biden has been proven a winner in the peach state as Trump, who has filed a lawsuit to block certification, is still unwilling to allow the election.
Raffensperger pointed out that the Trump campaign refused to accept the election defeat, writing that they would follow “a game book written by a fallen candidate for governor two years ago” and move Democrat Stacey Abrams, who lost the governorship in 2018 to Kemp, in one move. . After Georgian Republican Doug Collins, who led the Trump campaign’s recount efforts in the state, “a failed Senate candidate who has nothing to do with trying to undermine the integrity of Georgia’s elections.”
“Even when Georgia began its first state-level control, a process that was only possible because of the state’s new printed paper ballot system, those who asked for a full manual recount triggered by control of such intense competition to undermine its authenticity, “he wrote. “Those who have long been beneficiaries of the electoral process have tried to tear it apart from its foundations. But integrity still matters.”