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GA’s rush to implement a statewide voting system exposes major issues.

Dominion Voting Systems was awarded a $104 million elections contract because it was the lowest bidder. This contract is for a statewide voting system that consists of all the equipment needed for 159 counties in GA. Dominion initially couldn’t deliver its equipment until the end of March but adjusted its schedule to meet the state’s deadlines. A complicated voting system, equipment failure, and a lack of training were cited as the major issues with the new voting system. States like CO took two and a half years to implement a new voting system provided by Dominion, GA, awarded the contract to Dominion in July of 2019.


GA has closed about 8% of the state’s polling places in predominately low-income areas.

GA counties have closed the highest percentage of voting locations compared to any other state. Warren County has an African-American population of 61 percent, and it has closed 89 percent of its voting locations. The lack of voting locations leads to long lines and waiting times at sites that are still open. Thirty-nine of the counties that closed voting locations have poverty rates higher than the state average, and 30 counties have a significant African-American population. A reason given for closing voter locations was to save taxpayers’ money by consolidation locations.


Weak authentication leaves Georgia’s voter information at risk of being accessed by hackers.

The State of Georgia provides an Online Voting Registration (OLVR) with both a voter
registration status checker and a registration or update form. The checker can be accessed by anyone with a voter’s name, last name, county and date of birth and it can provide a bad actor with a voter’s home address. The voting registration or update form can be accessed by anyone with a voter’s name, last name, county, date of birth and driver license number and it can provide a bad actor with the ability to modify a voter’s name and address on its current registration record at least.


Georgia’s voter’s confidential information has been leaked twice in the past three years

By law, voter registration lists are available to the public and contain the following information: voter name, residential address, mailing address if different, race, gender, registration date and last voting date. The list does not include telephone numbers, date of birth, Social Security number or Driver’s License number.

In 2015, a massive data breach exposed 6 million voter’s personal information. SOS Kemp’s office communicated that his office released information to media, political parties and other paying subscribers who legally buy voter information from the state but due to a “clerical” error, individual voter’s confidential information was included (SSN, DLN and date of birth).

Also, in 2018, Georgia’s voter database was hacked and sold on the dark web. 6.6 million voter’s confidential information were compromised.

Georgia Constitutional Preamble

To perpetuate the principles of free government, insure justice to all, preserve peace, promote the interest and happiness of the citizen and of the family, and transmit to posterity the enjoyment of liberty, we the people of Georgia, relying upon the protection and guidance of Almighty God, do ordain and establish this Constitution.

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