A former Georgia county elections supervisor opened her offices to an election-denying businessman shortly after the 2020 presidential election, granting access to voting equipment that election-deniers claim was vital to rigging the election, according to a Washington Post report. Misty Hampton told the Post that she cannot remember when the walkthrough took place or what was done during the visit but recalled giving access to Scott Hall, the owner of a Georgia bail bond business.
Tybee City Council on Thursday passed an ordinance to prohibit smoking on the island’s beaches beginning June 1. The Georgia Sun Read More
Floyd County Public Works will close Industrial Park Boulevard beginning at Highway 27 to Superior Drive on Monday, May 16 to perform paving operations. The Georgia Sun Read More
A Trump supporter wanted to copy an election server hard drive. The county election chief let him walk right in Salon.com Read More
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