UPDATE 6/19/23 -
Hello, this is L Todd Wood, CEO of CDM, and the owner of The Georgia Record. Since Secretary Raffensperger offered to debate President Trump on election fraud, we would like to extend an invitation to hold/sponsor a debate between Secretary Raffensperger and Garland Favorito of VoterGA.org. We will fund, moderate and broadcast the debate. The date can be decided via negotiation. The debate will be civil, fair, and balanced. Please let us know your response at the earliest opportunity. Thank you.
Sent at June 19 at 6:10 PM
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger wants to have a debate on election integrity - how about that!
The Georgia Secretary of State wants to debate former President Donald Trump on the 2020 election. He wants to do it in California at The Reagan Library, not in his own great state of Georgia!
Why is that?
The Georgia Record thinks that is balderdash.
Let's have a great debate in The Peach State for all of Georgia citizens to see!
We will host it, pay for it, and broadcast it at The Georgia Record. Anyone will be able to take the video feed!
I offer to be the moderator - I will be civil, fair, and balanced. There will be straight questions, and no 'gotchas'. The moderator should not be the focus, those on the debate stage should be the focus.
Of course, since President Trump probably doesn't know the fraud facts as well as Garland Favorito of VoterGa.org, we challenge Raffensperger to debate Favorito. Trump would not have as full a command of the intricacies of Georgia legal process, pending cases, and evidence provided.
So we suggest Brad debate Garland! It will be much more impactful for Georgia citizens and much more of a test of election integrity.
The public deserves to know!
Come on Brad! Let's have a grand debate for all of Georgia to attend and see!
We are issuing a formal offer to the Secretary's office tomorrow to debate and will publish the request as an update to this article
Favorito has already accepted the challenge.
"Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger does not need to go to California to debate Georgia's 2020 election issues. He should debate the evidence of fraud, errors and irregularities with me in front of his Georgia constituents. Georgians still want answers as to what facts he claims are on his side. VoterGA has led the state in collecting a massive amount of facts over the past two years that should be publicly and specifically addressed by Secretary Raffensperger.
Since Secretary Raffensperger would like to use his 10-page letter to Congress and the Georgia General Assembly as the basis of the debate, I am pleased to debate him point by point on that letter right here in Georgia on behalf of our many thousands of VoterGA supporters who already know the truth about our elections. I will also agree to take audience questions and hope he will do likewise.
I thank the Georgia Record for offering to host and sponsor our debate in Georgia where Secretary Raffensperger can pick a public venue and dates convenient for him. This sorely needed debate will not be about the differences between Secretary Raffensperger and former President Donald Trump. It is about the differences between Secretary Raffensperger and the people of Georgia. If integrity really counts, the Secretary will show up."