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‘Results remain unchanged’: Georgia to recertify election results
Georgian Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said the state will recertify its presidential election results after a second recount reaffirmed Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory over President Trump.
It has been 34 days since the November 3 election. We have now legally counted the ballots three times, and the results remain unchanged. Today, the Secretary of State’s office will recertify our state’s election results. Then the safe harbor according to the US code for appointing voters is tomorrow, then they will meet on December 14 to officially elect the next president. The vast majority of Georgians – Republicans and Democrats – want all of us as elected officials to focus on protecting and growing jobs in Georgia, releasing the vaccine as effectively as possible, and getting back to normalcy. The focus on November 3 draws energy away from these goals. The president has his due process rights and these are available to him. It is time for all of us to focus on the future and growth. I know there are people who believe the election was fraught with pitfalls, but the evidence, the real evidence, the facts tell us a different story.
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