Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger shares election results expectations for the state’s third recount.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger accused President Trump of throwing him “under the bus” in a column published Wednesday.

Georgia had a “smooth” and “successful” November election, Raffensperger wrote in the piece published by USA Today, noting the state “finally defeated voting lines.” 

“This should be something for Georgians to celebrate, whether their favored presidential candidate won or lost,” he asserted. “For those wondering, mine lost — my family voted for him, donated to him and are now being thrown under the bus by him.”

His comments came after weeks of butting heads with fellow Republicans. The Trump 2020 Campaign requested another recount of Georgia’s votes over the weekend, clashing with Raffensperger once again over demands that signature-matching played a major role.

Follow below for more updates on the election legal fight. Mobile users click here. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Bloomberg heard in 2015 audio clip defending ‘stop and frisk,’ throwing minority kids against wall: report

Original source: Fox News Reaction from former NYPD Lieutenant Darrin Porcher. A newly-surfaced recording from a 2015 speech by Michael Bloomberg, in which the former three-term mayor of New York City gives a full-throated defense of the controversial policing procedure known as…

Court rules on citizenship requirement to vote

BELLE PLAINE, Kan. — A federal appeals court panel ruled Wednesday that Kansas can’t require voters to show proof of citizenship when they register, dealing a blow to efforts by Republicans in several states who have pursued restrictive voting laws…

Vernon Jones, Dem backing Trump, says party wants Black voters on its ‘mental plantation’

Democratic Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones went on the attack against his own party Monday evening during a speech at the Republican National Convention, accusing Democrats of wanting to keep Black people on a “mental plantation” and voicing his support for…

White House waiting on reopening data before deciding on next coronavirus aid: Hassett

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Top Trump administration officials want to wait and see the effects of state economies reopening before deciding the shape of the next stages of coronavirus rescue legislation, White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett said on Tuesday. Hassett…