How Paperless Voting in Georgia Enables Voting Machine Fraud
In 2017, Georgia politician Tom Price joined the Trump administration, leaving his House seat in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District vacant. The vacancy represented one of the first realistic opportunities for Democrats to “flip” a House seat from red to blue in the aftermath of the 2016 election.
The race was billed by the media as a referendum on Trump and a bellwether for 2018. The national significance of the contest brought forth a flood of advertising and organization, making it the most expensive House race of all time.
The top two contenders were Republican Karen Handel (an anti-choice, anti-LGBTQ, pro-gun “Christian”) and Democrat Jon Ossoff (who is pro-choice on abortion, pro-gay rights, and less gun happy than Handel).
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