2 Georgia election workers were fired for allegedly shredding voter registration forms ahead of local elections

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Two workers in Georgia’s Fulton County are suspected of shredding voter registration forms.
GA Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger slammed electoral leadership and said the DOJ must investigate.
Fulton County has already been in the spotlight as Trump supporters contested its 2020 election results.

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Two election workers in Fulton County, Georgia, were fired after they allegedly shred around 300 filled-in voter registration forms ahead of local elections in November.

Richard Barron, the Fulton County registration and elections director, announced the two employee terminations on Monday.

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The statement said the two employees, who were not named, “allegedly shredded a number of paper voter registration applications received within the last two weeks.”



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