This is what voter fraud looks like in Georgia. One aspect of voter fraud is called electioneering, which is prohibited by state and federal law. According to George Code 21-2-414 (a), electioneering takes place when poll workers and election judges “solicit a vote for a particular candidate.” It explains, “Telling someone how to vote is usually deemed a ‘solicitation’ of a vote.”
Project Veritas uncovered one such example:
WATCH: Electioneering in Georgia — poll worker recommends Democrats to voter, says they have “a better platform” pic.twitter.com/r0PmX5dADV
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 7, 2018
Electioneering for a Democrat who supports illegals voting in elections should cause concern to all voters. Fortunately, the Democrat in question lost.
But voter fraud continues unchecked until certain necessary changes are made.