Thousands of people registered and voted in Georgia using addresses of postal facilities or businesses, while making it look like they were residential addresses, according to a former Trump campaign official whose team analyzed the states’ voter data.
The addresses listed on the voter rolls included information that didn’t make sense for the actual locations, but on paper made the addresses look like residential ones, according to information published by Matt Braynard, former data and strategy director for President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign.
“With just a partial review of the state,” he said, the team also discovered “a thousand votes cast by those registered in non-residential, purely commercial addresses also disguised with ‘Apt.,’ etc.”
He added that these were “the residential addresses, not mailing addresses” that the voters have listed.
The office of Georgia Secretary of State didn’t immediately respond to a request by The Epoch Times for comment.
Other FindingsBraynard’s team also found some 1,400 voters in Pennsylvania who listed postal facility addresses as residential, he said.
Braynard previously reported that large percentages of voters in several battleground states said they returned their absentee ballots, even though the states’ data indicated they hadn’t.
In Pennsylvania, more than 160,000 uncounted mail-in ballots were requested by or in the name of registered Republicans.
The office of the Pennsylvania Secretary of State didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
In Arizona, 50 percent of voters (regardless of party affiliation) reached over the phone had the same story, as well as 44 percent in Georgia, nearly 33 percent in Michigan, and 20 percent in Wisconsin.