Fulton County Fires 2 Election Workers for Allegedly Shredding Voter Apps, SOS Demands DOJ Investigate

Fulton County Fires 2 Election Workers for Allegedly Shredding Voter Apps, SOS Demands DOJ Investigate


For months now, Fulton County, Georgia, has found itself smack dab in the middle of election-related controversies.

In the latest issue to hit the fan, two election workers were fired for allegedly shredding voting applications.

NEW: Fulton County fired 2 election workers who allegedly shredded paper voter registration applications.

The state is investigating the accusations. pic.twitter.com/pYzrjh6zpF

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On Monday, Georgia Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger called on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the county for these alleged violations, according to The Epoch Times.

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