A Forsyth citizen, Frank Schneider, submitted challenges for over 12,000
registrations after using a nationally known change-of-address database to
confirm that the parties registered at the addresses in question had previously
moved and per Georgia law could not remain registered at an incorrect
address. Many had moved out of State.
National main stream media grabbed the story within 24 hours (some have
asked how the media would have learned about the story before the public notice
was even given) and positioned the challenges as an attempt to somehow
interfere with others voting rights – apparently ignoring that improper
registrations, if used fraudulently, harm not just one group, but all parties.
The Forsyth County Board of Registration and Elections held a hearing on May
12, 2022, two days after the challenges were submitted. After
debating what exact evidence would be sufficient, The Forsyth Board of
Elections voted unanimously to dismiss all 12,000+ challenges.
A group of Forsyth citizens who had been active in election integrity
gathered at a local office and were joined shortly thereafter by Joel Natt, a
Republican member of the Forsyth Board of Elections. The following video illustrates
the conversation that followed……