Georgia officials are investigating a Florida attorney for attempting to vote illegally, according to Fox News.
“If we lose the Senate on Jan. 5 in Georgia, we will become Venezuela and I will invite each and every one of you to be my roommate in Georgia.”
“I’m changing my voter registration right now, and I’m inviting two million people to be my roommate.”
“Registering without the intention of permanent residency is a felony. Only permanent residents are eligible to vote in Georgia.”
“Secretary Raffensperger has made it clear he has no tolerance for election wrongdoing and will investigate any credible evidence of it.
“It’s only for a couple months. We’ll have buses leaving right out here, going to Atlanta the day before Jan. 5 and I might need you guys to help me move back to Florida on Jan. 6.”
“We have to start fighting back and we have to do whatever it takes. And if that means changing your address for the next two months, so be it.”
“We’ll make room for you at the dinner table.”
Deidre Holden said, “An attorney should know better. This is fraud, especially after his speech on Facebook.”
“I’m a Republican. but I just think it’s wrong when someone tries to vote illegally and then tell other people to do it.”
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In a speech on Nov. 7 to the Bay County Florida Republican Party, Florida attorney Bill Price announced he was “moving” to Georgia to vote for Republican Senate candidates in order in to help Republicans keep the Senate majority.
Moving to Georgia temporarily only to vote is a crime in the state, according to Georgia’s office of Secretary of State.
Price is heard encouraging attendees to use the address of his brother who lives in Georgia in order to register to vote there.
An investigator contacted Holden Monday morning as part of a state investigation, Holden said.
Price did not answer messages left with his office in Panama City, Fla.