Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who was responsible for ensuring election integrity in his state accepted Dominion voting machines to be used in the 2020 Presidential election, which fostered great changes for the results to be manipulated. 

His office was aware that 460,000 ballots were missing and he needed an excuse to invalidate the votes so he required chain of custody documents.

Until now, only 56 of Georgia’s 159 counties have provided The Georgia Star News data on ballot transfer forms. In that, a modest overall amount of 195,309 absentee ballots by mail were sent to registrars in those 56 counties, which makes up 32.5% of the anticipated 600,000 absentee vote by mail ballots put in drop boxes the county registrars received and counted in Georgia during the 2020 election.

In February, Raffensperger  issued an open inquiry into Trump’s election phone call with accusations that the former president was trying to overturn the election results. However, the confidential call that Raffensperger leaked to the left was then reported fraught with fraud, according to The Gateway Pundit. As he failed to provide any valid proof for his allegations, attempts to delete evidence were also committed, the report said. 

On Saturday, Ratffensperger was refused being a delegate to his county convention from his own precinct by Fulton County Republicans.

Ratffensperger was not present, but he sent a note expressing his desire to be elected and was voted down.