Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger garnered national attention last week when he announced his state was investigating as many as 1,000 people for illegally voting in this year’s primary.
The news was met by the establishment media with a combination of raised eyebrows and open derision, with some claiming Raffensperger was only trying to bolster the Trump administration’s concerns about voter fraud this November.
At least in that situation, those who believed Raffensperger was politically posturing could point to the fact that he presented no evidence and no referrals to the attorney general. However, these cases take time — as proven on Friday, when 98 cases of voter fraud going as far back as 2014 were referred for prosecution.
In a news release, the State Election Board announced the referrals, which included double-voting and individuals “submitting absentee ballots on behalf of children or the deceased.”
“On September 10, 2020, the Georgia’s State Election Board met to discuss 98 outstanding