The Georgia Record publised an article last week noting a number of concerns around John McKoon's decision to partner with a company called Numinar.
Not the least of which is the Virginia Secretary of State corporation site which shows Numinar to be "Pending Inactive" and state the company is "Not In Good Standing"
McKoon held an introductory call with GOP members on Wednesday Oct 25th and issued a recording of the call afterward. The problem? The contents of the recording had several minutes missing, apparently extracted to avoid disclosing that the First Vice Chair of the GOP, Brian K. Pritchard, had been excluded from reviewing the Numinar software and had not been directly invited to hear the introductory call.
Following Pritchard's answer, the call moderator, Kate Guest, appears to cut off the opportunity for further questions from the caller.
In another matter, McKoon was recently asked by The Georgia Record to provide Georgia Republican Party documents required to be filed by State and Federal law. At the time of publication, none of these documents had been provided to our firm by Mr. McKoon.
Given that Georgians are sensitive to attempts to hide or shield the truth, we wonder what the reaction will be to this latest move by McKoon and the GOP.