A new poll out of Georgia shows that 53% of voters believe the 2020 elections were “’compromised enough to change the outcome.” A separate poll reveals 58% of likely voters in Georgia Senate runoff election want Governor Brian Kemp to call a special session to address election integrity concerns.
However, Governor Kemp has refused to call a special legislative session. In an interview on Thursday, the governor expressed that he was as frustrated as President Donald Trump and voters with the post-election proceedings.
The Georgia run-off election scheduled for January 5 will ultimately determine who controls the U.S. Senate. As it stands today, this run-off election will likely be plagued with many of the same issues experienced in the November general election.
TAKE ACTION: Contact Governor Brian Kemp at 404-656-1776 AND at his contact form. Ask him to immediately call a special session of the state legislature to address election integrity concerns. Because the outcome of this run-off election will determine control of the U.S. Senate, we encourage ALL VOTERS, regardless of whether they live in Georgia, to contact the governor.