GOP Raises Issues About Georgia Recount

Miguel Moreno
By Miguel Moreno
November 14, 2020NTD Evening News

The recount in Georgia began on Nov. 13, and according to the state secretary, Georgia’s tight election results are expected to be certified by Nov. 20.

Republicans Georgia Republican Party Chairman David Schafer and Congressman Doug Collins listed a number of complaints in a letter to the state secretary.

One of which was only allowing one monitor per party per 10 tables.

Schafer asks, “does this inspire confidence?” in the caption of his video uploaded to his Twitter account about a person he says is a GOP observer. “I mean, this is horrible for our integrity of our elections process.”

Gabriel Sterling, Georgia’s Voting System Implementation Manager, says no one from either party had issues with the limit on monitors.

But, both Schafer and Congressman Collins refuted his claim, saying they raised the issue and cited the letter they sent the state secretary dated Nov. 12.

The congressman says one monitor cannot observe ten tables at once.

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