If you are looking for information about bringing an audit of the 2020 Elections and the January, 2021 runoff election to fruition, we recommend that you visit the site below. As well, if you are interested in becoming personally involved in the Georgia Audit campaign, a campaign that has brought together people from all across the state of Georgia, we recommend that you contact us via our Get Involved page as well as register to receive our newsletter. Together, we can bring election integrity to Georgia! We, the People of Georgia, hold the power in this state and it is time that we took action legislatively and in our own communities to remind our elected officials that they are employed by the taxpaying citizens of Georgia.
Click on the photo to better understand how the 2020 election was stolen in Georgia.
PGR is currently working in concert with AuditWars.com to contact all Georgia Legislators to determine their personal standing related to a full forensic audit of the 2020 election results in the state of Georgia. We are asking our membership and those who are visiting this site to contact their district legislators on this issue and report the findings to AuditWars.com. Simply click on the state abbreviation at the top of the Audit Wars website to file a report.
PGR is currently working in concert with a variety of other grassroots organizations to bring a full forensic audit to the state of Georgia. One of our stumbling blocks has been our exceedingly corrupt Secretary of State Brad Rafensperger. On August 24, 2021, VoterGA.org filed legal petition (this one in addition to the existing suit against Fulton County Board of Elections that is being adjudicated by Judge Amero) in concert with State Representative Philip Singleton to obtain temporary and permanent injunction against the use of the Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5 System that is used throughout the state of Georgia and which has previously been deemed to be in violation of Georgia Law by the U.S. District Court of Northern Georgia. Georgia law REQUIRES that a voting system “… print an elector verifiable paper ballot; ” and “… produce paper ballots which are marked with the electors choices in a format readable by the elector”. In that ruling, Judge Amy Totenberg concluded: “Plaintiffs and other voters who wish to vote in person are required to vote on a system that does none of those things.” Click here for the press release related to the new lawsuit. Watch the video below for the most recent update on the VoterGA audit litigation.