Project Veritas has released new audio from activists who confess to registering thousands of people at one address – their office – in order to illegally cast a vote in Georgia.
The news comes one day before the Georgia Senate election run-off, and just hours after local state authorities attempted to ensure the public that their votes were fairly and equally counted.
Under Georgia law, a person must be “Registered as an elector in the manner prescribed by law,” and “A resident of this state and of the county or municipality in which he or she seeks to vote.”
Registering a number of voters at one address is – by its nature – opening the vote up to people who may not be legal residents of the state, or the county or municipality where they are registered.
Caught on camera, Kimberly Parker of the Central Outreach and Advocacy Center in Atlanta says:
“The majority of the people we serve don’t have an address, so we allow them to use our address if they register to vote, and to get Georgia State ID.”
The process appears to be criminal under Georgia law with a penalty of imprisonment for up to 10 years.
Parker goes on to admit: “Although we’re not a shelter, we do allow them to use 201 Washington St.” That’s the organization’s office address.
“I can’t even begin to tell you how many people have that address on their ID.”
The news also flies in the face of attempted cover-ups by Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger and his assistant Gabriel Sterling who during a call with President Trump insisted that they had conducted a perfect election. Sterling did so again during a press conference on Monday after the call with the President was leaked to the Washington Post.
Another employee at the center – Adam Seeley – admits “probably a couple thousand people… had our address registered on their mailing address for their voter registration.”