Look Ahead America is releasing even more replies from clerks in Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin who were late to reply to our prior inquiries about questionable and potentially illegal voters.
In this report, a Georgia county clerk confirmed a dead voter was still on the rolls and marked inactive, despite having voted in 2020 from Florida and flagged by the NCOA. The notification of this voter prompted the clerk to look deeper into the record and ultimately discover that the voter had died in December 2020, but was still on the voter rolls.
Georgia’s SOS Investigators also revealed that 22 voters at Gwinnett County P.O. Boxes have a new investigation underway, and that other investigations are still ongoing in the SOS office.
Arizona’s Department of Transportation is investigating the 335 names submitted their way to determine if voters who registered at P.O. Boxes used false addresses on their AZ issued ID or state driver’s licenses. Georgia’s Department of Driver Services is still investigating the 1,400+ names submitted that were registered at P.O. Boxes, and Wisconsin’s Department of Transportation is also investigating these to determine
Ian Camacho, LAA’s Director of Research, made the following statement:
As you read the report, I hope voters looking to clean up their states’ rolls cannot simply take no for an answer when met with resistance. You must explain why this is an illegal registration or cast ballot, provide evidence, and clarify the law or goal. You also need to be willing to drill all the way down and figure out what happened to help these departments clean up issues if you’re really serious about wanting to fix these issues. We thank the clerks and investigators who have worked with us to help resolve problems in their states.
To read the full details of the report, check it out at https://lookaheadamerica.org/azgawi.
For a PDF of this press release, you may download it at LAA_PR_AZGAWI_Dead_Voter.