Raffensperger Replacing Georgia Voting Machines After ‘Unauthorized Access’
View Source | September 24, 2022 3:12 pm
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- A computer forensics team hired by allies of then-President Trump traveled to Coffee County, about two months after the November 2020 elections
- A company representative has said the team made complete copies of the election management system server and other election system components.
- Later that month, two men allegedly raised concerns about 2020 voting irregularities also spent hours inside the elections office with access to the equipment.
- Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says an investigation into the unauthorized access to the equipment by former Coffee County election officials is ongoing.
- Video from security cameras shows “former election officials in Coffee County permitting access by unauthorized individuals to equipment that under Georgia law should have been secured,” Raffensperger also said in a news release.
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