FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2021
ATLANTA – Today, Meagan Hanson, conservative candidate running to unseat liberal Democrat Lucy McBath in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, called for McBath to launch a congressional investigation after two Fulton County employees were fired this afternoon for shredding voter registration applications. McBath has yet to take action against Fulton County’s Democrat-controlled elections board despite its long history of flawed election oversight, even after the county double counted more than 200 ballots in the 2020 presidential election.
“For years, the voters of Fulton County have heard horror stories about the way our elections are run – from double counted ballots to shredded registration applications,” said Hanson. “As one of Fulton County’s Congressional Representatives, it’s time for Lucy McBath to come out of hiding and work with her colleagues to launch a congressional investigation into Fulton’s well-documented record of irregularities and fraud. To do anything less is to disregard Fulton County’s incompetence, condone the failed partisans in charge of its election board, and abandon the voters of Congressional District 6.”