ATLANTA – Today, the Republican Chairman Georgia’s third-largest county, Mike Boyce, called on Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to resign if he won’t take responsibility for his mismanagement of Tuesday’s primary election.
Excerpts of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article follow:
Cobb [County Commission] Chairman Mike Boyce is defending local election officials and calling on Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to take responsibility for voting problems across the state during the June 9 primary or resign.
Boyce wrote that shifting blame to elections staff was ‘not warranted.’
‘During a recent interview with the media, I said Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger should resign over his handling of Tuesday’s primary election,” Boyce wrote. “I have since sent the Secretary of State an email stating if he would own up to his office’s responsibility for the problems, and work toward a solution to prevent them from happening again, I would reassess my position.'”
Read the full article here.