As Democrat media darling Jon Ossoff, 30, competes for the Georgia Sixth District House seat Tuesday against seventeen other candidates, including eleven Republicans, the district is already experiencing glaring voter integrity problems.
Ossoff, who does not actually live in the Sixth District and thus cannot vote for himself, is leading the polls. But he is not expected to win a majority of the vote Tuesday, which would spark a runoff between the top two vote-getters. Bruce LeVell, a personal “buddy” of Steve Bannon and a prominent Trump supporter, is trying to help the White House by winning the seat and offering support in Congress for Trump’s infrastructure and tax reform plans.
Multiple voting machines were stolen days prior to Tuesday’s vote, and the thefts were not reported in a timely manner. Though state officials claimed that they de-activated the stolen machines, the whiff of impropriety is everywhere.
If you live in the Georgia Sixth, please report all voter irregularities immediately so that this election cannot be stolen. Here’s how:
— Indivisible-Georgia (@IndivisibleGA11) April 18, 2017