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47 public officials in Georgia have credibly participated in election denial activities.

Just in the state house, they represent 17% of the state’s constituents.

  • 30
    Georgia House of Reps.

    Election deniers in the State House risk enacting laws that can undermine fair voting processes and democratic integrity.

  • 13
    Georgia State Senators

    Election deniers as senators may pass biased laws and endorse appointees that erode electoral integrity and democratic principles.

  • 1
    Lieutenant Governor

    An election denier as Lieutenant Governor is second in command under the Governor and has the tie-breaking vote in the Senate chamber which may favor legislation that restricts how votes can be cast, counted or controlled.

  • 2
    County Board of Voter Registrations & Elections

    Election deniers on the County Board of Elections may misuse their election management responsibilities, undermining election integrity and community trust.

  • 1
    County Election Supervisor & Registrar

    An election denier as a County Election Supervisor would have influence on training poll workers and the reapportionment and location of polling places, which may affect how votes are cast and controlled.

  • In 2020, President Joe Biden won Georgia by 11,779 votes.

    4,999,960 voters cast ballots in Georgia for President.

  • In 2022, Governor Brian Kemp won Georgia by 298,857 votes.

    3,949,912 voters cast ballots in Georgia for Governor.

Georgia voter turnout by county

    Georgia voter turnout by county

      2 pieces of election threat legislation

      Georgia election threats have introduced legislation that would make it difficult to vote and would alter election codes. Here are 2 bills you should know about:

      • SB 202

        This bill changes modifies absentee voting, authority in election administration and alters the election code.

        Supported by 34 Election Threats
        • Headshot of John F. Kennedy
        • Headshot of Blake Tillery
        • Headshot of Jason Anavitarte
        • Headshot of Bruce Williamson
        • Headshot of Brad Thomas
        • Headshot of Jason Ridley
        • Headshot of Lauren McDonald
        • Headshot of Brandon Beach
        • Headshot of Charlice Byrd
        • Headshot of Beth Camp
        • Headshot of David Clark
        • Headshot of Emory West Dunahoo Jr.
        • Headshot of Burt Jones
        • Headshot of Matt Barton
        • Headshot of Stan Gunter
        • Headshot of Rick Jasperse
        • Headshot of Trey Kelley
        • Headshot of Lee Hawkins
        • Headshot of John Carson
        • Headshot of Josh Booner
        • Headshot of Mark Newton
        • Headshot of David Knight
        • Headshot of Vance Smith
        • Headshot of Robert Dickey
        • Headshot of Jesse Petrea
        • Headshot of Buddy DeLoach
        • Headshot of John Corbett
        • Headshot of John LaHood
        • Headshot of James Burchett
        • Headshot of Billy Hickman
        • Headshot of Carden Summers
        • Headshot of Martin Momtahan
        • Headshot of Shaw Blackmon
        • Headshot of Victor Anderson
      • HB 531

        This failed bill would have changed procedures for absentee voting, early voting, and looked to permit individuals to serve as poll officers in counties where they neither live or employed in.

        Supported by 27 Election Threats
        • Headshot of Shaw Blackmon
        • Headshot of Bruce Williamson
        • Headshot of Jason Ridley
        • Headshot of Lauren McDonald
        • Headshot of Charlice Byrd
        • Headshot of Beth Camp
        • Headshot of David Clark
        • Headshot of Emory West Dunahoo Jr.
        • Headshot of Matt Barton
        • Headshot of Stan Gunter
        • Headshot of Rick Jasperse
        • Headshot of Trey Kelley
        • Headshot of Lee Hawkins
        • Headshot of John Carson
        • Headshot of Josh Booner
        • Headshot of Mark Newton
        • Headshot of David Knight
        • Headshot of Robert Dickey
        • Headshot of Jesse Petrea
        • Headshot of Buddy DeLoach
        • Headshot of John Corbett
        • Headshot of John LaHood
        • Headshot of James Burchett
        • Headshot of Brad Thomas
        • Headshot of Martin Momtahan
        • Headshot of Victor Anderson
        • Headshot of Will Wade