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Raffensperger’s Office Has “No Idea” Why Staff Was in Videos Related to Potential Coffee County Elections Breach
As investigations continue into potential election inference in Coffee County, Georgia, new reporting reveals Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s staff appears in videos related to the potential breach – “raising questions” about what Raffensperger knew. This new reporting is also deepening concerns about how the Secretary of State has been “slow-walking” the investigation.
When asked about the videos, a spokesperson admitted that Raffensperger’s office “had ‘no idea’ why its investigators were at the elections office in Coffee County” at the time.
Raffensperger has previously come under fire for “slow-walking” the investigation and “failing to adequately examine the allegations” after his office neglected to take action “for more than a year after the election.” As recently as April 2022, Raffensperger’s team was still saying nothing happened in Coffee County.
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