Raffensperger says no fraud found in Cobb County signature audit of 15k ballots

According to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, no fraud has been found in the signature audit of over 15,000 ballots in Cobb County, Georgia.

Raffensperger said “this audit disproves the only credible allegations the Trump campaign had against the strength of Georgia’s signature match process.”

Per AJC “There were 10 absentee ballots that had been accepted but voter signatures didn’t match or signatures were missing, according to the report. But agents from the GBI and investigators with the secretary of state’s office contacted those voters and confirmed they had submitted those ballots.”

Tuesday, called for signature verification in Fulton County, which includes Atlanta via a tweet.

According to Fox News “Speaking to reporters Wednesday, Raffensperger said the audit did reveal two ballots that were wrongfully counted due to problems with signatures on the envelope. He said both ballots were in fact from the voter named on the ballot, but one had the signature in the wrong place, and the other’s signature had been written by the voter’s spouse, which is why it did not match existing records.”

“Those two ballots were in fact counted, and they should not have been,” he explained.