‘Not involved in voter fraud’: Georgia official defends electoral employees

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    A spokesperson for Georgia secretary of state Brad Raffensperger expressed hope that the state would know the winner of its electoral votes by the end of the day on Thursday. Gabriel Sterling stressed people counting the votes were ‘not involved in voter fraud’ and that every ballot would be counted in the extremely tight race in Georgia. About 60,000 votes left to be counted, with Donald Trump leading by about 18,000 votes, or 0.4% of the total count

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