Georgia: Secretary of State unveils new voter registration system
GEORGIA (WRBL) – The Senate suffrage showdown has pushed Georgia’s election laws back into the limelight.
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The results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia have been the subject of conspiracy theories and attempts to nullify the results.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger held a press conference in Atlanta on Wednesday to announce a new statewide voter registration system.
Raffensperger says the new system, called the Georgia Registered Voter Information System, will be used during the 2022 election cycle and will be “more advanced, more secure and more user-friendly.”
“Our team realized that we needed a faster, better, more user-friendly and more secure system, and that’s why we chose this more secure technology platform,” Raffensperger said. “Security is the key to truly ensuring that all voters and candidates know and understand that the winner is the winner and the loser has simply failed.”
Raffensperger says the state currently has no plans to replace Dominion Voting technology, which has been the subject of unproven voter fraud allegations during the 20-20 election cycle.
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