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Georgia Refuses To Update Vulnerable Voting Systems Until After The 2024 Election

Georgia election officials, who are more than aware of the vulnerabilities within the state’s voting software, have decided not to bother doing anything about it until after the 2024 election, according to a report detailed by CNN — and even CNN have an issue with that!

CNN cited a report that was unsealed in late June in Georgia, which detailed the weaknesses of software for certain voting machines owned by Dominion — yes, that Dominion. These weaknesses were verified by cybersecurity officials, CNN noted, who have urged election officials to update their systems as soon as possible.

But the state of Georgia is doing nothing to ensure its voters are protected in the 2024 election. “Upgrading the system will be a massive undertaking, and our election officials are evaluating the scope of, and time required for the project,” a spokesperson for Georgia’s Secretary of State, Republican Brad Raffensperger, told CNN.

You Don’t Have To Live Like This.

Lt. Gov. Burt Jones has requested a meeting with the Secretary of State to discuss these vulnerabilities. You can view his full statement and the report here.

Elected Officials Work For You, So Make Them Do Their Job.

If you’re pro-Democracy, it’s time to hold your election officials accountable for their actions in mitigating a free and fair vote. Tell your local lawmakers that you want all voting systems updated today. Sign up for today (text MV to 80550) and share this article with your friends and family so they can stay informed and become citizen lobbyists in the pursuit for common sense, safety, and a stable future for the American people.


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