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Georgia Republicans Call on Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to Act on False Reporting

The State Executive Committee of the Georgia Republican Party has adopted a resolution calling on GA SOS Brad Raffensperger to repudiate the mischaracterization and attempted destruction of evidence in voter fraud investigations.

Members of the State Executive Committee of the Georgia Republican Party have unanimously adopted the following resolution:

WHEREAS, it has been reported that the chief investigator for the Secretary of State secretly recorded a telephone conversation with President Donald J. Trump and further reported Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs mischaracterized the contents of that conversation in a series of anonymous news interviews; and

WHEREAS, the subsequent false reporting was used as “evidence” by Democratic Members of Congress in the second impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump; and

WHEREAS, persons unknown within the Office of Secretary of State attempted to destroy the secret recording which contradicted Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs’ reported mischaracterization of the contents of that call;

WHEREAS, the troubling conduct of certain members of the staff of the Secretary of State has further undermined public confidence in the integrity of this office and our elections;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the State Executive Committee of the Georgia Republican Party hereby calls on the Office of the Inspector General of State of Georgia and the appropriate legislative committees of the Georgia General Assembly to investigate the governmental personnel involved in the aforementioned actions.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the State Executive Committee of the Georgia Republican Party hereby calls on Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to issue a statement repudiating the reported aforementioned misrepresentation and attempted destruction of evidence and to relieve from power those engaged in this conduct no later than March 24, 2021.

Adopted on March 17, 2021, by the State Executive Committee

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