Lt. Gov. Duncan: Parts of Georgia Voter Law 'Insensitive and Not Timely'

Lt. Gov. Duncan: Parts of Georgia Voter Law 'Insensitive and Not Timely'


Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan (R) said Monday on CNN’s “OutFront” that the changes of the role of the secretary of state and “water and food” provision in the Georgia voting law were “insensitive and not timely.”

Burnett said, “One thing that Stacey Abrams raised was the issue of the legislature. On this I want to ask you because the law removes the Secretary of State as chairman of the Board of Elections. We all remember  Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. He’s one of the guys who stood up to Trump and said no, 6,000 dead people did not vote, and this did not happen. He refused to overturn the state’s election results. But in the legislature, which is now going to get that authority, at least six state legislators called for a special session to overturn the results of the 2020 election. And they, in this law, have the power to

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