Georgia Election Board member summons to investigate President Trump’s call with Secretary Rafenberger
(CNN) – David Worley, the highest ranking member of the Georgia State Electoral Board, confirmed to CNN that he had asked the Georgia Secretary of State to open an investigation. Your January 2 phone call with President Donald Trump. This is to determine whether voter fraud violations have occurred.
In a letter to Georgia’s secretary of state and state election officials, Worley said he was concerned about “President Trump’s attempt to manipulate Georgia’s votes.” Worley praised Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger and lawyer Ryan Germany for “sticking to the state’s position and simple facts.”
“Our job as members of the State Electoral Board is to enforce the Georgia Electoral Code. Among our responsibilities is to determine whether the Georgia Attorney General and local district attorneys have grounds for referring to civil and criminal violations of the Code,” Worley wrote in the letter.
“It is the duty of the Board to determine whether there is a possible reason to refer the matter to Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr and Fulton District Attorney Fanny Willis for a criminal case or civil settlement,” Worley wrote.
CNN has approached Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr for comment, but no response has been received yet.
The Fulton County District Attorney said he would “enforce the law without fear” and hold a bad offender accountable, but his office has not yet received anything from the Secretary of State regarding that call. President Donald Trump was appointed Secretary of State for Georgia this weekend.