Radio Recap – It Begins: Georgia Investigating Voter Fraud in Senate Runoff


Logan Sekulow

December 1, 2020

3 min read

Election Law



Georgia is investigating voter fraud in the Senate runoff, well before January 5th.

On today’s Jay Sekulow Live/The Logan Sekulow ReProgram, we talked about the breaking news that voter fraud investigations are already beginning in the upcoming Georgia Senate runoff. The Georgia Secretary of State is investigating a third party group that may be sending ballot applications to non-residents.

Georgia has a big runoff coming up on January 5th where two U.S. Senate seats are up for grabs. Those two races will likely determine control of the U.S. Senate, and the State is already investigating potential voter fraud.

My co-host Will Haynes explained the situation:

The Secretary of State, who’s had some criticism of late, is already putting out statements that if you are voting in Georgia when you are not a resident of Georgia, that’s a felony. Which makes sense, but it appears as if there are some third party groups that have been maybe, allegedly, sending some ballots out of state. Some, according to some of these reports, were going all the way to New York City, to people that were residents of New York City but were maybe getting applications to vote.

These are organizations that try to get people to register to vote. You know these organizations. You see them come out every four years to help register people. But some of these progressive groups, it appears and what they will be investigating, is whether or not they were sending registration forms to get ballots to people who were not residents of Georgia nor are planning on becoming residents of Georgia. There’s an interesting tie. One of these groups has ties to one of the candidates, the New Georgia Project. Reverend Warnock is the former CEO of that organization.

Clearly there are plenty of problems that can happen in an election, but the fact that they are already happening again and the election for the U.S. Senate runoff hasn’t even occurred yet is a glaring issue.

A lot of eyes are on Georgia right now, and we’ll keep you posted as things develop.

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The full broadcast is complete with a lot more conversation about the Georgia Senate runoff elections by my co-host, Will Haynes and myself.

Watch the full broadcast below.