• Concerned About The Use Of "No-Excuse Absentee Ballots?" Here's Your Chance To Weigh In

    February 10, 2024

    State Election Board to Hold Online Meeting This Tuesday February 13, 2024 at 9:00am

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    The next meeting of the state election board is scheduled for 9:00 AM this Tuesday morning, February 13th, 2024.

    One of the key issues anticipated during the meeting is a proposal to ask the Georgia legislature to consider ending or amending the use of no-excuse absentee voting.

    The proposal would allow the SEB to refer the subject to the legislature who would then be able to take up the matter and potentially move forward with an appropriate Bill.

    The State Election Board has invited the public to offer their comments on the matter. Comments may be submitted via email to: [email protected]

    The state election board is allowing people across Georgia to make public comment prior to this important meeting in the hopes of gaining insight into the public's concerns regarding no-excuse absentee ballots, prior to deciding to refer the proposal.

    No-excuse absentee ballots have been one of several key concerns regarding Georgia's elections, given the number and scope of anomalies recorded and documented following the 2020 election. Documentaries such as "2000 Mules" showed alleged widespread trafficking of ballots, and highlighted concerns regarding security of drop boxes, transportation and other operations surrounding absentee ballots.

    Experts note two key areas for citizens to consider

    #1 - Loss of the ability to vote by secret ballot - since absentee ballots pass through many hands, in some cases lacking rigorous chain of custody documents, this can reduce a voter's ability to rely on a secret ballot cast and counted as the voter intended.

    #2 – Loss loss of control of the ballot - again since the ballot may go through many sets of hands and many processes, the potential for voter fraud may be present at any of these stages.  

    Details of State Election Boards Meeting will be held online and details may be found at their website:

    State Election Board Meetings

    Date: February 13, 2024

    Time: 9:00 A.M.

    Location: Virtually, via Microsoft Teams

    Link to Join: https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-teams/join-a-meeting

    Meeting ID: 226 000 049 916

    Passcode: R8wwr2 

    The Proposal Concerning No-Excuse Absentee Voting may be viewed or downloaded here:

    The Georgia Record encourages all citizens to take the few minutes necessary to share your views on this important topic with the State Election Board.

    Email to: [email protected]


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    William Quinn

    Bill spent 25+ years managing businesses in the Information and Technology sector. His career includes positions with Philips Electronics, CompuCom, AT&T and IBM. Since 2019 he has been investigating and researching business, health and political issues in order to make truthful information available to the American people.

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    Vote “No” - on the no excuse absentee ballots. Un-secure chain of custody and violation of voter’s “secret vote”are at issue. Voter fraud has gone unchecked in Ga. The SOS has infringed on voter rights and the SEB must defend and secure the vote in Ga. They must also address the wrongdoing in the 2020… elections.

    Last edited 4 months ago by Malia

    I was unaware that "absentee ballots pass through many hands, in some cases lacking rigorous chain of custody..."
    I do have a concern that there are many seniors under the age of 75 who are unable to stand for long periods in a voting line but who ARE able to drive to their voting place and walk to the drop box to deposit their ballot.

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