[Ed. – Secretary Raffensperger has hundreds of cases to investigate from the 3 November election; the sheriffs are offering to augment his capabilities. The cases are probably penny ante, but it’s a start. That said, all these little one-offs make a fine show, but they merely serve to “prove” the claim that vote fraud is a small-scope problem without election-wide impact. That case can only be made by restricting investigations to looking at the wrong things.]
Two Georgia sheriffs are offering their office’s investigators to the secretary of state to help him look into cases of voter fraud in the recent election.
On Facebook, Oconee County Sheriff Scott R. Berry said he and other sheriffs “stand ready to vigorously investigate voter fraud across this State and to ensure everyone’s vote counts.”
According to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, his office has over 250 open cases related to the election. These elections included possible double voting, absentee ballot fraud, and other allegations. The secretary of state’s office only has 23 investigators, but Raffensperger requested assistance from the Georgia Bureau of Investigations to help get the caseload done quickly.