On Saturday night, the Trump campaign requested a second recount in Georgia. That’s after a first audit and hand-recount led to the state certifying for Joe Biden as the winner, with a margin of just 12,500 votes, or about one-quarter of a percent. Given the closeness of the results, President Trump is entitled to ask for a machine recount.
Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said that the people of Georgia should not have any remaining doubts about won the election. But for many involved in the initial process and the first recount, they do have doubts.
Here to share those with us are Jason M. Shepherd, chairman of the Cobb County Republican Party; Brad Carver, GOP chairman of the 11th Congressional District; and Suzi Voyles, a poll manager in Fulton County who has been involved in vote counting for two decades.