A Georgia-based group investigating voter fraud says it has documented 25 fraudulent voter applications out of approximately 85,000. The numbers are fueling a war of words between two sides in the ongoing investigation.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Investigators backed away Wednesday from allegations a Democratic-backed group may have organized voter registration fraud, saying they can confirm 25 applications of more than 85,000 submitted to the Georgia Secretary of State’s office.
Chief investigator Chris Harvey, however, said the office needed more information from the New Georgia Project to confirm no more fraudulent forms existed — already, it has identified another 26 applications as suspicious. The state has extended a deadline for the group to get investigations such information through Sept. 26.