This open.ink special collection offers an in-depth look at True the Vote’s election integrity efforts in Georgia. It is not a complete recitation of True the Vote’s work; for that, we would have to start over a decade ago. Instead, this collection is meant to highlight a series of extraordinary events that began in 2020, are happening at the time of this publication, and by all indications, will continue throughout 2024.
Certain documents, video clips, and other exhibits will not be immediately released for reasons including active litigation, protective orders, and ongoing research. Open.ink will add exhibits to this collection as events unfold.
Note on video: True the Vote currently stores over 100 hard drives containing Georgia ballot drop box surveillance video, ranging in size from 8 to 90TB. This body of evidence was collected by True the Vote through county specific open records requests. The drives have been preserved strictly as provided to them.
To view the contents of these drives and maintain metadata requires the use of players particular to each recording device. If you are interested in obtaining copies of these hard drives, please email us at GAhardrives@open.ink.
Open.Ink Editorial: The Georgia and January 6th-related indictments against Donald J. Trump are predicated on the narrative that election authorities like Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr, and others had thoroughly evaluated the accuracy of the 2020 elections and gave counsel to then-President Donald Trump that there was “no meaningful election fraud” based on their professional, supportable evaluations. True the Vote’s experiences in Georgia prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the General Election of 2020 was never meaningfully investigated. From the over 67,000 votes attached to voting records of individuals ineligible to vote in their jurisdiction to unmonitored surveillance cameras and phantom ballots, these errant processes should have been monitored and investigated before certification. As you will read, True the Vote repeatedly presented its work to Federal and State law enforcement officials. Authorities did not investigate. Instead, they obfuscated, delayed, and ultimately targeted President Trump, True the Vote, and others, for publicly exposing their failure to uphold lawful processes. Those who question the accuracy of the 2020 General Election were, and are, right to do so.
True the Vote in Georgia
True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and True the Vote contractor and OPSEC founder Gregg Phillips reflect on their experiences in Georgia.