Ray S. Smith III, lead counsel for the Trump Campaign who filed suit in Fulton County Superior Court contesting the results of the November 3 election, says he’s glad Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is calling on legislators to reform the no excuse absentee ballot request rule. However, he disagrees with the testimony Raffensperger and his staff gave during a House Government Affairs Committee last week.
During that hearing, officials from the SoS’s office disputed numbers Smith had presented earlier regarding voter fraud — including the number of felons who voted illegally and the number of out-of-state residents who voted in Georgia in the General Election.
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