Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger created "serious problems" by how he oversaw the November election, according to Dick Morris on Newsmax TV.
Speaking to co-host Bob Sellers on Monday's "American Agenda," Morris listed a series of poor decisions or bad moves by Raffensperger during the election.
"Raffensperger refused to allow double-verification for signatures on absentee and mail-in ballots and required one only, even though it is expressly required by Georgia state law to have two," Morris said. "Raffensperger refused to invalidate ballots that were not signed on the outside outer envelope, or ballots where the outer envelopes were destroyed. Which means you have a ballot voting for Biden, but you have no idea who cast it, and whether he's [or she's] eligible."
Georgia was among several battleground states accused of widespread voter fraud, centering on mail-in ballots, by President Donald Trump.
The president lost the state by 0.24% of the vote.
Morris told Sellers, two of Raffensperger's actions directly affected Republicans adversely.
"He refused to give the Republican Party, as statutorily required within a reasonable time, a list of the people who voted so they could see who died and who moved away and challenge the results," Morris said. "He allowed the election inspectors and watchers to throw Republicans out during the balloting process or to confined them to what they call the 'coral' in the distant part of the room where they couldn't see the paper ballots or the verification.
"These are serious problems."
Georgia will hold a runoff election for both U.S. Senate seats Jan. 5. Incumbents Sens. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., and David Perdue, R-Ga., will oppose Democrats Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.
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