Lindsey Graham continued to participate in the elections in Georgia after being accused of interference

 Called Donald Trump ally Lindsey Graham to resign to resolve his controversial Georgia ballot call (POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
Called Donald T. Lampe ally Lindsey Graham resigns to the controversial Georgia ballot call (POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Senator Lindsey Graham's constituency is located in the North Carolina, he once again participated in the Georgia election process.

On Saturday, Mr. Graham responded to a speech by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. It is eager to audit the country's mailed ballot signatures.

The day before he intervened, Mr. Kemp accepted the state's Georgian Minister Brad Raffensperger's certification of the state's recount of votes after Biden had won the election. [19659004] Mr. Kemp said he would accept the results, but this was only because the law required him to do so.

Donald Trump criticized Mr. Kemp for not suppressing Mr. Ravensperger, and claimed that he did not provide

"The Governor and Secretary of State of Georgia refused to let us look at signatures that would expose thousands of illegal votes. And hand it to the Republican Party. And me, David Perdue, and maybe Kelly Loeffler are big wins." [TrumptweetedonFriday

Mr. Graham has been one of the most ineffective allies in the Trump campaign. His campaign was to overthrow the election by invalidating the ballots-and was accused of

Mr. Ravenspeg earlier this month Telling The Washington Post Mr. Graham asked him if he could throw away all the mail for voting). From counties with high signature mismatch rates. Later, Mr. Ravensperger confirmed that he believed Mr. Graham wanted him to vote legally.

Mr. Graham denied that he made a similar request.

"We never talked about him throwing votes," Graham said. In an interview with "Fox and Friends," he said: "We talked about how to challenge Georgia's signature."

If Mr. Graham does ask Mr. Ravensperger to vote, then he will follow the Georgia State Election Law Commit a crime. However, Mr. Graham may not be prosecuted because he is a current senator.

In a tweet on Friday, Mr. Graham claimed that the signature rejection rate for the 2020 campaign was very high. He wrote: "Signature rejection for the 2020 campaign The rate is much lower than the previous election. In view of how the consent decree affects voting mail, signature audits are necessary."

The allegations about the high rejection rate of signatures are misleading. Mr. Trump and Mr. Graham’s concerns about signature matching are based on a misunderstanding of the data currently available in Georgia.

The state has not released data on the total number of mailed votes that have been rejected. It has published the number of mailed votes rejected due to missing or mismatched signatures, but these numbers are consistent with the rejection rate in mid-2018, but lower than the number of rejections in 2016.

Gabriel Sterling has more votes this year than in 2018. Compared with 2018, there will be more mailed votes in 2020 than in 2018. Georgia’s voting system implementation manager and Republicans stated that the rejection rate in 2020 has been “pretty stable” and said that the comparison between Mr. Trump and Mr. Graham is “apples and oranges.”

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