• BREAKING VIDEO:  Minutes After Dismissing Over 12,000 Voter Registration Challenges For People Who had Moved, Forsyth Election Official Claims They Had to Dismiss Because County Had Been Sued -  Except…..Where’s The Case?

    By Staff
    June 8, 2023

    Joel Natt, Board of Registration and Elections member, met with residents following an Elections Board Meeting in which thousands of challenges were dismissed.

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    A Forsyth citizen, Frank Schneider, submitted challenges for over 12,000 registrations after using a nationally known change-of-address database to confirm that the parties registered at the addresses in question had previously moved and per Georgia law could not remain registered at an incorrect address.  Many had moved out of State.

    National main stream media grabbed the story within 24 hours (some have asked how the media would have learned about the story before the public notice was even given) and positioned the challenges as an attempt to somehow interfere with others voting rights – apparently ignoring that improper registrations, if used fraudulently, harm not just one group, but all parties.

    The Forsyth County Board of Registration and Elections held a hearing on May 12, 2022, two days after the challenges were submitted.   After debating what exact evidence would be sufficient, The Forsyth Board of Elections voted unanimously to dismiss all 12,000+ challenges.

    A group of Forsyth citizens who had been active in election integrity gathered at a local office and were joined shortly thereafter by Joel Natt, a member of the Forsyth Board of Elections.  The following video illustrates the conversation that followed……

    This leaves a couple questions.

    If a lawsuit was filed in Federal Court the day before (May 11, 2022) as was told to the attendees, PACER should list it.  Where is it?

    If Mr. Natt agreed with Mr. Schneiders’s challenge and if 17-20% of the registrations on the Forsyth voter rolls shouldn’t be there, wouldn’t the County support him if he was following his beliefs and understanding and making the voter rolls more accurate?

    Stay tuned for Part 2……………

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    JT Georgia Resident

    If Joel Natt can be threatened with a lawsuit which causes him to back down on ethical, fact-based challenges, what good is he in that role? Not good at all! There is no NEW GEORGIA. These weak people need to get backbones or they need to be removed. We should initiate a lawsuit against Joel Natt as he admitted these were appropriate challenges to the voter roll but he would not address them. And he is aware of even more names that need to be removed. That’s a dereliction of duties and more!


    Please be aware that Mr. Natt's term will end in August and the Forsyth County GOP is currently conducting interviews amongst its members to find someone to appointment as his replacement.

    Anonymous Coward

    you should build a legal defense fund for cases like this, and fix the law to make sure that properly maintaining voter rolls doesn't guarantee elected officials get bankrupted by NGOs just because they did their job faithfully.

    If you expect your champions to self-fund against billionaire funded 'charities' you won't have any.

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