GA SOS Validates LAA Method For Detecting Fraud, But Probably Botched It and Removed Legit Voters

Look Ahead Executive Director Matt Braynard made the following statement in response to the Georgia Secretary of State removing over one-hundred thousand voters from the state roles utilizing the NCOA database.

Look Ahead America’s Voter Integrity Project identified thousands of illegal ballots cast in the 2020 general election and the Senate run-offs by people matched to either the National Change of Address Database or by finding other indicators they were no longer eligible to vote in Georgia.

We provided this data to Secretary of State Raffensperger shortly after the election— data that he not only ignored but he lied about it both to President Trump and in public statements.

Now he is validating our method of detecting individuals who should not have the right to vote in Georgia and removing them from the voter rolls — by matching them to the National Change of Address database.

Further, we believe he botched the process. In our supplemental research which we detailed in our Final Georgia Report, we found that about 32% of the voters matched to the permanent NCOA list were legally able to vote in Georgia since they were military or had similar circumstances. So due to his incompetence, it appears that Raffensperger just disenfranchised thousands of Georgians including military members and their families.

Look Ahead America / Voter Integrity Project’s Georgia report can be found here: https://lookaheadamerica.org/laas-voter-integrity-project-releases-the-georgia-report/.

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View a PDF version of this press release here: LAA_PR_GASOS_NCOA.