Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp confirmed the state’s election results on Friday. He said that now that the results have been verified, the Trump campaign can seek other legal options and require a recount of votes. The country’s Georgian Minister Brad Raffensperger, as well as a Republican, told reporters that President-elect Biden had clearly won the country on Friday morning. After that, the country’s hands were completed on Thursday.
But Camp did not agree with the result, instead of asking for another complete lot. Kemp served as Georgia’s Secretary of State before Raffensperger, but did not publicly defend the state’s electoral process on the basis of the president and his campaign allegations. He claimed on Friday that the audit found major mistakes in several counties, including Floyd, Douglas and Walton.
Kemp said that the audit only looked at the ballots, not the signatures on the absentee application or the ballot envelope. He called on Ravensperger to "consider solving these problems" and to conduct "a review sample of the signatures on the envelopes of absentee ballots and compare them with the signatures on the application and the Secretary of State's office files."
Secretary of Georgia The state government has repeatedly stated that the signature cannot be matched during this process (this is part of the two-step signature verification process) because the ballot is separated from the envelope to ensure that the voter’s choice is kept confidential.
Kemp's press conference will be A series of strange activities started on Friday afternoon. First, Raffensperger issued a statement saying that the results have been certified, and then made a correction statement within half an hour, saying that they will be late on Friday. Certified. An hour before Kemp's press conference, he verified the results at about 4 pm.
At the same time, Trump tweeted on Friday, accusing Kemp and Raffenberger of refusing "Let us see the signatures that would expose thousands of illegal votes." Alleged that this will give "the Republican Party and me, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, a great victory."
"They Why not, why did they prove meaningless justification so quickly?" Mr. Trump tweeted.
Since the result of the hand recount is still within the 0.5% margin, the Trump campaign may require a recount within two working days. If the Trump campaign does require a recount, it will be a machine recount.
Georgia is one of five states that Mr. Biden moved from Trump's 2016 victory. Since former President Bill Clinton (Bill Clinton) won in 1992, the state has not yet voted to send Democrats to the White House.
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