The Secretary of State of Georgia announced on Wednesday that during President Trump’s re-election campaign, election officials will manually recount all votes in the presidential election, questioning the accuracy of the results.
The Georgia game has not yet asked for any candidates, but President-elect Biden leads with 14,111 votes in this state.
“This will help build confidence. This will be a review, a recount and a new canvas,” Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger told reporters. “This will be a heavy burden.”
He said that all 159 counties in Georgia will conduct a manual recount, which he expects to be completed by November 20, which is the deadline for the state to prove the election results.
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Ravenspeg said his office will investigate all allegations of voter violations. He said: “Every legal vote is crucial.”
Republican Republican Raffensperger was criticized by the Trump campaign, which required a manual recount on Tuesday, and Republican senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler called on him Resign to deal with their race, which will enter the finals. In January.
The two said in a statement on Monday: “The management of the Georgia election has become an embarrassment for our state.” “We believe that if there is a failure, it must be excluded-even in our own team.
Ravenspeg said: “That won’t happen.”
He said in a statement: “The voters in Georgia hired me, and the voters will be the ones who fired me.”
Perdue and Loeffler will face a runoff on January 5, because no candidate can get at least 50% of the vote.
Perdue will face Democrat Jon Ossoff, Loeffler will face Democrat Raphael Warnock, and race may decide to Control of the Senate.
After Pennsylvania’s results supported the former vice president, Biden passed the threshold of 270 electoral votes on Saturday, but Trump did not admit it.