Where the margin is very close in the 2020 presidential election, Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced the state will have full ballot recount done by hand.
The recount will be done in each county according to Raffensperger, a Republican who made the announcement during a press conference Wed. Nov. 11.
“This will help build confidence,” said Raffensperger.
The recount effort will include an audit, recount and recanvas all at once. Raffensperger assures the process will be completed in time to meet the deadline to certify the statewide election results Nov. 20.
The Trump campaign refers to the upcoming recount process as a “first step.”
“We’re going to continue to do what is proper under the law,” said Rep. Doug Collins, who has been tapped by the Georgia Republican Party and the Donald J. Trump for President Campaign to oversee the Georgia recount.
“People can be assured that we went through the process, we’ve had to actually look at these ballots, and we know that our election process is fair,” said Collins.
Recount Observers Needed
Throughout the recount process beginning with Georgia, Republicans are needed in key states to volunteer as recount observers.
Please contact Republican National Committeewoman Janet Fogarty at Janet@MassGop.com . Include your full contact information in your message including name, email, address, phone number and earliest start date and amount of time you are willing to serve.